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Sea Life Kelly Tarlton’s is New Zealand’s most famous aquarium! It is home to New Zealand's only sub-Antarctic penguins and offers a myriad of opportunities to get up close and personal with incredible marine life from the Pacific and Southern...more
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Waited 50mins for Shark bus around 9.20am & the 9.30am bus never showed, went back at 10.25am & waited another 15mins & 10.30am bus never showed - unable to contact them as no customer service ph, Facebook & online queries were unanswered - will be...More
Our first visit sometime ago was splendid and exciting. We thoroughly enjoyed the wildlife and the wonderful exhibition. We planned our second visit for later this year but due to ill health had to cancel our booking. Travelers beware of booking ahead. When you try...More
A good place to go and spend some time. Very large well done penguin exhibit. Try to go at feeding time for an even better experience. Otherwise a bit dated compared to some newer aquariums, but still worth your time.
Making it "absolutely worthwhile" to visit this aquarium are about 25 to 30 king & gentoo penguins (the kings about 2.5 feet tall with yellow necks & the gentoos about two thirds as big with white necks), and it may have been my luck to...More
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EmmaF3358, Manager at SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Kia ora - thank you for coming to visit us and also for taking the time to leave us such a thoughtful review. We are delighted to hear that you had such a good time with us, I will be sure to pass on your...More
No the bus stop is very near the door for arrival but you do have to walk a little way (about 100 metres on flat ground) to catch the bus when you are finished. Unless you have something seriously wrong it should be no... More
No the bus stop is very near the door for arrival but you do have to walk a little way (about 100 metres on flat ground) to catch the bus when you are finished. Unless you have something seriously wrong it should be no problem.