Sydney Sea Life Aquarium is located in the capital of New South Wales Sydney downtown Darling Harbor (Darling Harbour).
Sydney Sea Life Aquarium opened in 1988 on the bicentenary of australia's founding. It is one of the world's largest aquariums and one of Sydney important tourist attractions. It hosts hundreds of thousands of visitors a year, more than 55% of whom are overseas.
Sydney Sea Life Aquarium has a wide variety of Australian aquatic organisms, with more than 650 species on display, a total of more than 6000 fish from Australian aquatic habitats and a variety of aquatic organisms. The aquarium features an ultra-long subsea tunnel, which is divided into four sections. A town hall treasure is the body of the large dugong mermaids, the world's aquarium feeding the total number of dugong mermaids only five, two of them in Sydney Sea Life Aquarium..