Check the daily feeding and talk info for SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium here and catch your favourite animal at feeding time!
Ever wanted to know how a platypus could kill a small dog? Or
why some the ominous looking Grey Nurse Shark are often known as
the Labradors of the sea? Become an instant expert with our range
of daily talks.
What time are the talks?
Talks take place throughout the day. Simply look out for the big
clock at each area to see when the next talk will begin.
Click here to view a map of SEA LIFE Sydney
Platypus and Freshwater
Come to the Streams and Billabongs area and
learn about some the most endangered group of animals in the world,
freshwater fish, and meet our beautiful platypus at our billabongs and
Bay of Rays
For the first time ever SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium has an area
dedicated to rays. Come and learn about these intelligent, curious
and amazing animals at the Bay of Rays.
Watch our colony of gorgeous Little Penguins taking breakfast in
their newly-refurbished pool in the South Coast Shipwreck area.
Little Penguins are native to Sydney Harbour and the southern coast
Discover amazing facts about these beautiful animals, who once
mistaken for mermaids, at the idyllic Dugong Island.
Great Barrier Reef
Kick back in the mesmerising Reef Theatre and learn about some
of the resident animals that call the world's largest Great Barrier
Reef-themed exhibit their home. Don't miss the shark feed at
Discovery Rockpool Tales
Come and make a discovery at the Discovery Rockpool! Touch and learn
about the animals.
Don't Miss Our Daily Feeds!
11:00am - Shark Feed and Talk in the Great Barrier Reef
Sit back and relax while we feed the animals in our largest tank
in front of the best view in the aquarium. If you're interested in
feeding the animals yourself check out the Glass Bottom Boat for a
hands on experience!
3:00pm - Penguin Feed
Make time to watch our colony of gorgeous Little Penguins having
a bite to eat in their newly-refurbished pool in the South Coast
Shipwreck area. Little Penguins are native to Sydney Harbour and
the southern coast of Australia.
Please note: We try our very best to maintain a regular schedule
of talks and feeds, however we occasionally make changes in the
interests of animal welfare. We'll strive to update the website if
and when we make changes to the schedule.