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All reviews bread high tide feed the fish mullet red fish hand feed fish coming different types of fish check times catfish boat ramp large fish fish swimming great fun fun experience kids and adults all ages
Fun for All family , Couples too. Not far from Esplanade .
You can Really enjoy this Adventure , Fun.
Large ,friendly fish Grab Your Bread.
Safe for CHILDREN TOO.
We love it ! Healthy Fun in the Sun , water , Fresh Air.
Took visiting friends their with their 6 year old! Was so much fun with the excited kids! More than just fish to be spotted there. It’s a giggle and only open on the high tides. So check their website as not open all the time
This is a lovely spot to feed fish by hand. The lady doing the commentary talked about the different fish coming in and the staff were all really friendly. There are some interesting displays with the history of the area if you take the time...More
Aquascene is great for the little kids. They get to be up and personal and hand feed the wild fish bread that is provided. There are various kinds of fish there including rays, trevally, barramundi, threadfin salmon and many more. Found the lady with the...More
This was fun to visit but if you’re only feeding the fish then the activity is very self-limiting. However the kids that were there were having a great time feeding, getting up close and personal and interacting with the fish 🐟. Happy to have visited...More
Doctors Gully is a historic area of Darwin Harbour, where fresh water was found, Chinese market gardens were grown here and Aquascene has some beautifully carved marble statues relating to Chinese history of the area. I would love to come back when the tide is...More
On high tides, the fish swim in by the hundreds to Doctors Gully to be hand fed bread. This is a real tourist attraction and the kids love paddling in the water and feeding bread to the various fish that swim around them.