Deep Oceans at The Australian Museum

The Australian Museum use to be a place with old wooden floorboards and stuffed animals everywhere. Since revamping their location there is plenty to do at the Australian Museum.

The dinosaurs have been a long time favourite at the museum and if you have curious preschoolers head to the second level at the museum to get learning all about these ancient reptiles. There are interesting holographs on the floor, skeletons from these beasts, the entry to this level is free after admission so make sure you view this exhibition.

The current exhibition that is on for a limted time (until 24th October). Deep Oceans – is for the underwater enthusiasts. In the deep dark depths of the ocean live interesting creatures; glow in the dark sea creatures, Mr Blobby and the see the 5 metre giant squid.

Little ones even get to move through the exhibition with the Octonauts

Tickets range between $9-17 and kids under 5 are for free, visit the site for moreĀ  informationĀ  or buy tickets now

 

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