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Solitary Islands Aquarium Ticket Reservations

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The Solitary Islands Aquarium has reopened following the easing of restrictions by the NSW Government for Zoos and Aquariums.

The health and safety of our staff and visitors is our utmost priority and we have put in place new procedures to ensure the aquarium is a safe place to work and visit. The changes include pre-booked sessions to manage visitor numbers, social distancing, increased cleaning measures and changes to some of the experiences. While our fish will love to see you, some of our high touch experiences such as children's play activities will be temporarily unavailable.

As the aquarium will be limited to 35 visitors at a time, entry will require reserving your tickets prior to your visit. Please select a date and time when you would like to visit and present your reservation confirmation and payment upon arrival. Following Government guidelines we are temporarily asking visitors to only use cashless payment.

Prices are;

  • Adults = $15
  • Concession = $12
  • Child = $10
  • Family = $45 (2 adults/2 Children)

ATTENTION: If you have visited any COVID-19 hotspots in the previous 14 days – - we kindly ask that you reschedule your visit to the aquarium for a later time.

We look forward to seeing you at the aquarium very soon and thank you for your ongoing support.

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Organiser Southern Cross University, National Marine Science Centre

Organiser of Solitary Islands Aquarium Ticket Reservations

Located on the edge of the spectacular Solitary Islands Marine Park in sub-tropical Coffs Harbour, the National Marine Science Centre is one of the world’s best situated facilities for studying coastal and marine habitats and their inhabitants.

Scientists at the NMSC excel in research in key global issues such as food security and the impacts of humans at local, regional, national and international levels.

Expertise in disciplines including marine biodiversity and ecology, aquaculture, estuarine and coastal processes, and coastal management provide a diverse base for teaching and research projects on conservation and sustainability of marine environments that are affected by increasing urbanisation and climate change.

The NMSC, a teaching and research facility of Southern Cross University, is focusing not only on addressing these key sustainability issues here and now, but also ensuring that Australia’s capacity to deal with them into the future is enhanced by training a new generation of suitably equipped marine scientists.

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