AQUA: A Journey into the World of Water is a multisensory experience for the whole family. Discover the story of water and its importance in our lives as you are taken through a journey of water installations and visual effects.
Be immersed in an adventure around the world, in which you are both actor and spectator, surrounded by 360º screen projections. And be inspired by the visual spectacle of AQUA to make a pledge to save water for the planet.
AQUA is a 30-minute timed show with ANMM guides to take you through this unique experience created by ONE DROP, an initiative of Guy Lailberté, Founder of Cirque du Soleil®
Only in Australia at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour from 3 December 2011 - 26 February 2012.
The Blue Mountains are Sydney's greatest recreation area for people who prefer the bush to the sea. Part of the Great Dividing Range the area stretches from the Gippsland region of Victoria in the south, to the tropical rainforests of north Queensland.
The Blue Mountains are so named because from Sydney they look blue. They are clad in vast forests of eucalypts (commonly called gum trees), which in the hot sun discharge a fine mist of eucalyptus oil from their leaves. The mist refracts light, which makes the haze look blue at a distance.