Marineland Melanesia, Cairns City

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Marineland Melanesia, Cairns City

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Overview of Marineland Melanesia

You are looking at travel information of Marineland Melanesia in Cairns City. Marineland Melanesia is easily missed on a visit to Cairns City.

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Getting around Marineland Melanesia, Cairns City

Public Transport : Ferry - Walk - Bus

The transit method is Ferry to Cairns, costing around AUD 93. The duration of the trip is 60 minutes. From Cairns, you can walk for 16 minutes to Cairns City Bus Station Platform 2. From Cairns City Bus Station Platform 2, take a Bus to Smithfield Shopping Centre. The duration of this trip is 22 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of AUD 6. The total distance is 44.3 Kilometre.

Ferry

Take a Ferry. The total distance will be 29.04 Kilometre costing AUD 93 and the duration of the trip will be 60 minutes.

Public Transport : Ferry - Walk - Bus

Choose Ferry that takes you to Cairns, costing you roughly AUD 93, taking around 60 minutes. From Cairns, you can walk till Cairns City Bus Station Platform 2 and duration of trip is 16 minutes. From Cairns City Bus Station Platform 2, take a Bus to Williams Esplanade Near French St and duration of trip is 51 minutes. Cost of this trip is AUD 7. The total distance between the two points is 59.17 Kilometre.

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  • The oldest (known) crocodile lives here at approx. 150 years old. Very interesting watching them get fed! Heaps of artefacts and carvings from Papua New Guinea gives the Melanesian theme. It is a family run business where there is obviously a lot of love and family history put into it. They're very knowledgable about the crocodiles. They also let you hold a croc. The staff were really helpful, kind and funny!

  • I had a great time at this well-kept, family operated Croc Zoo. Don't miss the Feeding Demonstration where Bill tells you a lot of interesting Stuff about the Crocs!

  • We enjoyed the crocodile feeding and art collection

  • Thank you to Sue and Brett for being so accomodating so we could see the crocs and hold one! They are magnificent and wish we had more time. The place is extremely neat, very Interesting and well worth exploring and we got some fantastic photos. Thank you again and highly recommend visiting Marine Malenesia to all.

  • Really disappointing. Wouldn't recommend to anyone

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