Honey in the SEA LIFE @Sydney_Aquarium

deep blue sea, life, and love | camera Sony NEX-7

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkies, here’s another snap shot from my world’s largest collection of Australian aquatic life – we were doing a bit of marine life exploring at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium.

More than 13.000 marine animals call this aquatic paradise home, including sharks, penguins, dugongs, turtles, clownfish, stingrays and ‘crabzilla’ Japanese Spider Crabs.

A visit to Sydney Aquarium is an underwater journey at its finest. No need to scuba dive to see this wonderful marine life up close. It was a magical and so peaceful.

by the sea life | camera Sony NEX-7

sea life knowledge for kids | camera Sony NEX-7

kisses from platypus | camera Sony NEX-7

penguins of love | camera Sony NEX-7

The first tunnel, filled with tropical fish, Dugongs, sting rays and the less fearful of the sharks, or the second tunnel, home to great white sharks, wobbygongs, black and white pointers, tiger sharks and stingrays with a wingspan bigger than my body, these tunnels both petrify and amaze me.

I love all of the exhibits at the aquarium. To me, it’s a giant, very pretty playground. It was pretty AMAZING.

the aquatic sea | camera Sony NEX-7

let me go swim | camera Sony NEX-7

stunning view from glass road | camera Sony NEX-7

dugong surprised to get it together | camera Sony NEX-7

love of dugong smile | camera Sony NEX-7

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, much like Taronga Zoo, is the perfect place for a family outing. Children always seem to love this kind of thing, and if you’re an adult who’s never been before, I’m pretty sure you’ll love it too.

I definitely recommend visiting the aquarium if you’re in Sydney, located on the city side of Darling Harbour, between Madame Tussauds. It’s well worth the money, and is a great way to spend the day.

A big thank you to Garuda Indonesia and Destination NSW. And, for more information about the aquarium, visit sydneyaquarium.com.au.

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