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Aquarium After Dark

Aquarium After Dark is Melbourne's most unique after work social event!

Aquarium After Dark - Friday Night Drinks

Book Now for September!

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Kick start the weekend celebrations at our roving Friday night drinks event!

Experience an unforgettable start to the weekend with a group of friends or work mates and enjoy a fantastic night of great food, drinks and music as you journey through SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium’s zones of discovery, featuring one of the world's largest saltwater crocodiles!

With your welcome cocktail in hand, experience the aquarium in a whole new light as you explore amazing displays, including the spectacular Fish Bowl exhibit.

BOOK NOW!

Dates & Times:

  • Friday 26 August - 6:00pm - 9:00pm SOLD OUT- 7:30pm - 10:30pm SOLD OUT - BOOK NOW FOR SEPTEMBER
  • Friday 30 September - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Friday 28 October - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Cost:

  • $78

 

Event Includes:

  • Single entry to Aquarium After Dark at SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
  • Cocktails on arrival
  • Unlimited sparkling wine, red and white wine, beer, soft drink, juice, mineral water
  • Substantial cocktail food served for the duration of the event Includes cold canapés, hot canapés, hot grazing dishes, dessert canapés
  • Acoustic performer

 

Group Bookings for Aquarium After Dark

Having a get together with mates for a birthday or special event? Book your group of 10 or more friends into Aquarium After Dark for a special ticket price and join the party!

 


 

You can reach our Functions and Events team the following ways:

TEL: (03) 9923 5952

Email: functions@melbourneaquarium.com.au

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