Well its ok. Its small but if you like fish you'll be in your element!
Entrance fees were fair but I could be in and out in minutes. There is quite alot to see and a 'touching' area where you can feel sea anemones, starfish, etc.
There's a room where small children can draw, play with toys, read books. We must've stayed under an hour. We didn't go to the cafe on this occasion as I've been before and from experience its nothing special. We had an ice cream from the van outside instead.
You can get tickets for crazy golf next door with your entrance fee. That was good but didnt hold the attention of our toddler. Massive pirate play park that is free but older kids were running riot and parents just ignored them. I witnessed a little girl fall about 6ft onto her head...so its not the safest place for toddlers unless you stay with them.
It was still worth going considering the park and crazy golf are next door. Just don't go in school holidays as it'll be too busy.
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