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Marine Mayhem! PJ Masks at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

PJ Masks dives into SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium for the first time!

It’s time to be a hero! During the April school holidays, PJ Masks are diving into SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium for the first time ever with a brand-new animal adventure. 

The hit animated series for pre-schoolers will be adding new adventures for kids to help ‘Stop the Marine Mayhem’ around every corner at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium.

Kids are tasked to help PJ Masks ‘Stop the Marine Mayhem’ by defeating the night-time baddies and restoring the aquarium to its peaceful state.

Complete the mission by safely returning the kidnapped Shark, Ray, Clownfish, Starfish, Penguin and Jellyfish to their aquarium home. 

Fans will experience sea-themed trails, six unique activities, a family photo wall and more family amusements that will bring everyone’s inner hero to life. 

The interactive animal adventures will give guests and fans alike an unforgettable experience that will deepen their connection with PJ Masks and its courageous characters. For the ultimate fans, a broad range of PJ Masks products will also be available to purchase in the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium gift shops.

Guests can also see all their favourite sea creatures at the Aquarium including sharks, rays, turtles, and penguins! SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is open seven days a week during the April school holidays including the Easter long weekend. All tickets must be pre-booked online in advance.

View opening hours, more information and get tickets

Tune into PJ Masks: Series 3 new episodes on ABC KIDS! Sunday to Friday mornings at 7.10am on ABC KIDS IVIEW on demand.

The PJ Masks activity is supported by the City of Sydney CBD Activation Grant which aims to support businesses in the wake of the impact of COVID-19.

Marine Mayhem! PJ Masks at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

10am - 4pm
Thu - Mon
During School Holidays the aquarium is open daily. 


1-5 Wheat Road
Aquarium Pier
Darling Harbour

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