The Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA) is located in Hillarys at the end of Southside Dr and its most fascinating part is the large shark tank which can be visited entering a 100m long circular tunnel. This impressive tank is located in the lower part of the aquarium, which can also be reached using a lift, while inside the tunnel you can proceed by walking or letting yourself be carried by a very slow moving conveyor belt. Big sand tiger sharks, smaller reef sharks and huge rays are the most impressive animals of the tank together with turtles and other fish from the WA coast. Certainly smaller, but very interesting, are also the other sectors of the aquarium were rare and exotic small fish can be observed. For children there is a Touch Pool where the unique experience of touching a starfish or a tiny Port Jackson shark can be done in absolute safety. In the Coral Reef sector there is a large area where, in front of a reef populated by colorful fish, there is a way to sit and relax for a few minutes. In addition to the bar area, where you can stop and use the toilet, beyond the Coral Reef sector there is a small play area for children with a large tank in which you can see small sharks and rays. Visiting this aquarium is a valid opportunity for adults and a great experience for kids.