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SEA LIFE Melbourne
King Street
Melbourne VIC
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Open Times

Monday - Friday
10am - 5.30pm (Last entry 4.30pm)
Weekends, School Holidays and Public Holidays
9.30am - 6pm (Last entry 5pm)
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Meet our six species!

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Blue Blubber

Catostylus Mosaicus the Blue Blubber has a dome-shaped bell that can grow up to 35cm across. These beautiful creatures have eight arms with tiny dots that are stinging cells. These cells help them catch their prey!


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Sea Nettles

Chrysaora Fuscescens or Sea Nettles eat young pollock, larval fishes, zooplankton and even other jellies. Their bell can grow to around 45cm! They have 12 'mouth arms' that can grow over 4m long! 


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Lions Mane

Cyanea capillata or Lions Mane Sea Jellies are one of the largest of all jellies. Their bell can be up to 1m across tenticles more than 10m long! 


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Australian White-Spotted

Phyllorhiza punctata or Australian White-Spotted Sea Jelly, is native to the western Pacific from Australia to Japan, but has been introduced widely elsewhere. They primarily eat zooplankton.