AQWA Aquarium of Western Australia

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AQWA showcases the marine life and unique regions of Western Australia’s magnificent 12,000 km coastline.

Activities include:

  • Visiting all marine life exhibits which includes sharks, stingrays and turtles. Marine exhibits are organised by geographical location.
  • Touch pool where you can pick up and feel the marine life.
  • Australia’s largest walk-through aquarium.
  • Walking along the reef is an additional cost.
  • Diving with the sharks is an additional cost.

Age suitability

All ages.


You can fill a morning or afternoon here.


There are facilities for wheelchairs and prams. There are a lot of stairs, if you don’t need to bring a pram, best to carry or walk with your child.


  • Water fountain
  • Cafe at an extra cost. There is plenty of eating space outside AQWA in a grassed area or elsewhere in the harbour, keep your ticket to re-enter
  • Toilets including baby change.


Adult $28

Concession $20

Child 4-15 years $16

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Child under 4 years free

Family of 2 adults and 2 children $75

An ‘ocean pass’ is available which allows 4 visits per year to AQWA at a reduced rate.

Opening hours

10am – 5pm daily.


Contact details

Hillarys Boat Harbour, 91 Southside Drive, Western Australia 6025

61 8 9447 7500

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Date Created: September 1, 2012 Date Modified: September 3, 2012