Traverse the 12,000 kilometre coastline of Western Australia in one day at AQWA! Get up close with our marine animals with a range of exhibits showcasing unique animals and corals. Journey through the underwater tunnel and come face-to-fin with sharks, turtles, huge rays and heaps more!
the wonderful world of coral
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The AQWA Exhibits
From icy waters to tropical wonderlands, you’ll explore five diverse discovery zones.
The exhibits have been created to replicate the beautiful natural surroundings of each animal. AQWA does not use any artificial coral and the spectacular shapes and colour of each unique coral have been cultivated by the very experienced Team. AQWA is one of the very few aquariums worldwide that doesn’t use artificial corals in its exhibits.
Descend into the icy waters of the Great Southern, where wind and waves from Antarctica shape isolated granite shores. Protected amongst the granite boulders are idyllic sheltered bays with snow-white sandy beaches and crystal clear seas.
To explore AQWA’s Shipwreck Coast you’ll travel on a conveyor belt, through an underwater tunnel in Australia’s largest single aquarium. This aquarium holds an amazing three million litres of water – pumped directly from the adjacent Indian Ocean.
The stunning white sandy beaches of our metropolitan coast flow underwater into a shallow sandy seafloor dotted with seagrass beds, islands and reefs. Formed during the last ice age these reefs have been worn by water and waves to create a marine matrix of caves, crevices and swim throughs.
The coastal landscapes of the Far North Coast are as ancient as the Earth itself and range from the muddy mangrove flats of Kununurra, to the white beaches of the Rowley Shoals.
Face a deadly lineup of marine creatures that can sting, bite or wrap their prey with suckered arms to immobilise or even kill! The DANGERzone is an eye-opening exhibit of Western Australia’s most dangerous marine life and is not to be missed.