Unmissable Black Friday savings from some of Australia’s favourite attractions

Unmissable Black Friday savings from some of Australia’s favourite attractions
Edited by Travel Weekly


    This Black Friday, the Merlin Entertainment attractions across Australia and New Zealand invite guests to embark on thrilling escapades at unbeatable prices.

    With a 30 per cent discount on gift cards for select experiences, it’s the perfect opportunity to dive (quite literally) into incredible adventures that the whole family will enjoy.

    Sydney:

    Shark Dive Xtreme at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium from $230. Reduced from $329.

    Breakfast with the Koalas at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo from $63. Reduced from $90.

    SKYWALK at Sydney Tower Eye from $66. Reduced from $95.

    Zipline Tours at Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventures from $52. Reduced from $75.

    For more information, visit: www.visitsealife.com/sydney/tickets-passes/tickets/blackfriday

    Melbourne:

    Penguin Passport at SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium from $130. Reduced from $199.

    For more information, visit: www.visitsealife.com/melbourne/tickets-passes/tickets/blackfriday

    Sunshine Coast:

    Seal Swims at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium from $109. Reduced from $157.

    In-water Penguin Encounter from $88. Reduced from $127.

    For more information, visit: www.visitsealife.com/sunshine-coast/tickets-passes/blackfriday

    The sale also offers Gold Merlin Annual Passes granting holders unlimited access to 10 attractions in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Auckland for just $63 an adult, reduced from $90 and $49 a child, reduced from $70. The pass also provides access to awesome deals and exclusive benefits across a great range of food and beverages, photo products and experiences.

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