Our Favourite Darling Harbour Attractions Are Emerging From Lockdown Hibernation Tomorrow

Ria Lawrence Ria Lawrence - Staff Writer


Darling Harbour is welcoming the end of lockdown in style.

After a long 109 days, some of the most iconic and beloved Sydney attractions will be reopening their doors to the public. Giving us some more incentive to step out and brave the rains, Merlin Entertainments’ iconic Darling Harbour attractions will be making a grand return as early as tomorrow.

Iconic Darling Harbour attractions set to reopen tomorrow

Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Sydney, and Wild Life Sydney Zoo will be reopening their doors at 10am tomorrow.


The teams at all these iconic venues have been hard at work in anticipation of a return of crowds to one of the busiest parts in town. A ‘We Missed You’ sign has been prepared as a gesture of celebration and return to normalcy.

“Congratulations to NSW for smashing the 70 percent vaccination target so that indoor entertainment venues can reopen. After being closed for 109 days, I can’t wait to open the doors to our Darling Harbour attractions tomorrow morning,” Richard Dilly, General Manager at Merlin Entertainments said.

Planning a visit to one of these iconic treasures down at Darling Harbour?


There’s heaps to look forward to. Right from adorable animals at the Wild Life Sydney Zoo to getting up close and personal with your favourite pop culture icons at Madame Tussauds Sydney to getting lost in an underwater oasis at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium — we’re spoilt for choice!


COVID-19 safety measures

Fully vaccinated guests will be welcomed back with appropriate safety measures in place so you can enjoy your day out without any fear. All guests over the age of 12 will be required to wear a mask, all operations will be cashless along with hygiene screens and social distancing. Get more information about their safety measures here.

We can’t wait. Where are you heading to first?

(All images: Supplied/ Merlin Entertainments Group)

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