SEA LIFE Melbourne
King Street
Melbourne VIC

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Leading by example

We're always looking for ways to protect the environment.

We have some great initiatives here at the aquarium that underpin our commitment to sustainability.

As a business we're aiming to embed sustainable practices across all areas of operations. 

Beach Clean Ups

Did you know that since 5th November last year we have had 8 beach clean ups! We are always looking at ways to clean up the beautiful beaches around us.

Saturday 5th November 2016
Location: Ricketts Point

Wednesday 30th November 2016
Location: Yarra River Bank near Aquarium

Sunday 11th December 2016
Location: Ricketts Point

Wednesday 21st December 2016
Location: Yarra River Bank near Aquarium

Sunday 5th March 2017
Location: Batman Park Clean Up

Friday 3rd March 2017
Location: Dive and Beach Clean Up Mornington Pier

Tuesday 23rd April 2017
Location: St Kilda Beach

Being A Force For Good

  • We are a part of responsiblecafes.org “we choose to reuse”! We are offering anyone who brings their own cup a $2 coffee! Most cafés offer a discount of 20-50 cents but we are offering $1.80!
  • We removed all plastic bags from SEA LIFE Melbourne over 2 years ago. We only use plastic bags in our large waste bins.
  • We have replaced all plastic straws in the café and functions with paper straws.
  • Removed tomato sauce sachets and replaced them with large 4 litre sauce pump bottles.
  • Removed all sugar and sweetener sachets and only offer raw sugar in a jar.
  • Introduced KeepCups in both Retail and our Cafe's.
  • We have 4 worm farms behind the scenes which we feed our prep scraps to.
  • All serving trays and plates are recycled and biodegradable.
  • Recycled paper napkins.
  • Sustainable and recycled retail store.
  • Pop up garden in our Nella Dan area
  • Reduces plastic packaging in Retail.