At SEA LIFE Melbourne we strive to make our attraction as accessible as possible to all of our guests.
At SEA LIFE Melbourne we strive to make our attraction as accessible as possible to all of our guests. The following information is designed to answer any questions you may have on your upcoming visit
Wheelchair Access SEA LIFE Melbourne provides people in wheelchairs full access to all exhibits. Each floor of the aquarium is accessible via either a lift or ramp.
Wheelchairs may be borrowed from the admissions area if required.
Please note that wheelchairs are on a first come, first served basis, and cannot be booked or reserved ahead of time. You will be required to leave your ID behind while you use the wheelchair
If you would prefer your visit to be less crowded and loud, we recommend you visit during the week (outside of school holidays), or any day after 2pm. With the attraction being open until 6pm this allow you plenty of time to enjoy the full benefits the attraction has to offer.
For your information, there will be varying levels of lighting and music throughout the attraction to enhance the visit - please be prepared if this is a concern.
SEA LIFE Melbourne is a completely accessible venue and welcomes ALL working Guide Dogs.
Toilets and Family Facilities
There are accessible toilets available for your convenience which are located at the entrance to the aquarium and at the exit near the gift shop.
There are changing facilities located in both the ladies bathroom and the accessible bathroom.
Bench seating (without back or armrests) is available at intervals throughout the aquarium.
The emergency exits are accessible and hazard free. There are audible fire alerting devices.
The assembly areas are on an accessible route. Our staff are on hand to assist with evacuation requirements
If you have any questions about Accessibility at SEA LIFE Melbounre, or any other questions whatsoever ahead of your visit, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions page where you will also find our contact details.