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Aquascene

28 Doctors Gully Rd, Larrakeyah NT 0820, Australia

Introduction of Aquascene

Aquascene's Doctor Valley (Doctors Gully), located in Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory, is a wonderful experience in Darwin.

Aquascene faces the port of Darwin when (Darwin Harbour), reaches the high tide, hundreds of fish swim to the seaside, waiting for people to feed themselves, and that is the wonder of Aquascene, which began around 1950. As a nearby resident began to throw bread crumbs into the water at high tide to feed small fish. By 1981, Aquascene was officially established, and after extensive media coverage at home and abroad, it attracted tourists from far and near to take part in this strange activity, if it attracts nearly one hundred thousand visitors a year. Bread plates are regularly provided during the feeding period, and tourists can feed a wide variety of fish, including herring and lice, catfish, rays, cod, diamond parrot fish and so on.

The Darwin harbor is very stormy, and the fish who come to Aquascene to feed can only stay at the seaside for a few hours a day. When the tide recedes, it will return to the sea with the tide, so the daily feeding time varies with the tide. It is best to check Aquascene's website in advance to determine when to feed. Generally speaking, the best feeding time is in the morning, especially between December and August, when the number of fish that come foraging reaches its peak, and feeding is especially interesting.


Tickets:

  • adult: $15, Children (3 / 15 years old): $10, Family (2 big and 3 small): $43

Loc:
Australia - Northern Territory
Kind:
Attraction - Zoo
Alias:
奥克森喂鱼场
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Tel:
(08) 8981 7837
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