The Underwater Observatory in Queenstown offers fascinating entertainment for all ages. It shows the underwater inhabitants of Lake Wakatipu including cheeky diving mallard ducks, massive rainbow trout and slinky NZ Longfin eels. Longfin eels are an endangered fish species and the biggest freshwater eels in the world. The Observatory has very big fish and eels enjoying the pellets that you can buy and drop into the water. A nice little outing if you are visiting Queenstown.
Seabed City is a free tourist attraction, where you can see a lot of trout, very beautiful, beautiful natural scenery oh.
Really did not give the scenic spots such a low score, I began to think that before it was in line with the pictures to go after that is not the case at all, to 10 knives a person to only one side of glass, I am curious about the lake floor, like the sea floor, but in fact it is so - and the glass is dirty very dirty, staff attitude is also dandy to feed fish coins 1 knife to something. Do not come to other scenic spots.
It's great to see the beautiful underwater world through the huge glass.
It's a beautiful place inside. Walking inside is like going to the sea.
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