Keynes's underwater world aquarium, small but full of colorful coral reef marine life, more than 1,000 species of marine life, 16 species of special coral, every day people feed sharks and other fish. The Great Barrier Reef is the best showcase here. The staff is very nice, and there are Chinese staff, scanning the two-dimensional code can also see the Chinese introduction.
It's just across the street from the hotel. It's worth visiting! Scanning two-dimensional code with mobile phone can see the introduction under every marine organism in the exhibition hall. The starfish in the touch pool is very beautiful. Although there are many visits to the ocean hall, it is worth visiting here.
It's a good place, especially for me. People who go to the Great Barrier Reef and don't see submarine creatures are not big, but well-planned, well-maintained animals are interesting, and they can touch animals here more actively than aquariums they see elsewhere. The only regret is that it has only been open for 4 months and there is no Chinese explanation.
Excellent service attitude, as well as Chinese-speaking staff, ticket purchasing and preferential prices, even foreigners are gathering speed in China, which began to be a bit boring, but more and more feel, it is suggested to take a two-dollar coin to play a memorial coin game, to visit here.^^
When we arrived at the aquarium, we saw 42 adults and 28 children with tickets. It was great to buy tickets on Ctrip immediately. A total of 18 Australian dollars were reserved for the Turtle Introductory at the counter. After entering the door, the ticket seller chased in and told me that the Turtle Introductory staff was ill and wanted to refund me. The aquarium is very small. It shows the fish in the characteristic waters of the Great Barrier Reef. What's valuable is that the display glass is wiped clean and the water is very clear. It's the best. From 0930 a.m. to 1130 a.m., the divers took full pictures of all kinds of activities. The divers fed the fish very well. The children deserved to come.
The aquarium is not bad. It's beautiful. You can touch the starfish inside.
It feels like children know more about Queensland's marine life. It's a good place for children to learn.
Not bad, very few people, about an hour to finish shopping.
Although the aquarium is small, its interior design is elaborate and many clownfish are seen.