We have been taking my older son, who is now a teenager to Coral Reef for years and to this day he still loves it. I have recently had another child, so I thought I'd try the experience with my infant.
At 6 months old, everything is fascinating to him, but here - He was giggling the entire time. There was so much for him to see. From the pirate ship, the giant columns with water shooting over the top, the little waterfalls and the outside pool area too.
Despite being brave and going during half term, the queues were not as bad as first thought, but it was still very busy. The changing rooms, I found to be adequate for my older son and I loved the facilities in the family changing areas. I could've done with the lockers being a slightly bit bigger, due to me having two rucksacks, but with a kick and a push I managed to get it all in.
After all of the swimming excitement, we had lunch in the cafe upstairs. I had a jacket potato with chilli and cheese and my elder son, had the burger and chips. both of us thought it was maybe a little pricey once you had bought a drink as well (he was a little shocked when it didn't include a pudding), but it was lovely and just what the doctor ordered after a lovely swim.