Wow - there were about 70 Sea Lions hanging out on the beach and right near the board walks. The tour was excellent and endangered Hooded Plovers prattled along the beach. Whale skeletons & beautiful KI coastal scenery.
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About Seal Bay Conservation Park
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Seal Bay offers the opportunity to get up close to the local seal population under the close supervision of park rangers. The tour takes you down to the beach to get close to the seals, but there were plenty of seals that could be easily...More
I am torn here because seal bay was fantastic! The seals are just laying around casually and we can see them hang out and just do their own daily activities in their own place. Lots of them were playing, fighting, moving around, swimming or feeding...More
This place closes at 4.15pm make sure you arrive well before this. we arrived at 3.45pm and didn't have much time to view the seals before we had to head back up for closing time. It was still awesome, so many were lying on the...More
We were undecided whether we should take the cheaper option and walk along the boardwalk or lash out and take the guided tour. We chose the guided tour and were so glad we did. Our guide took us along a path, being careful to walk...More
They are there, everywhere. A very good visitor center with friendly guides. An easy boardwalk stroll, 400 meters, and you see seals all up and down the beach, on the beach, swimming. And we were told the are always there.
We intended to be at Seal Bay by 9 am for the first tour. Due to road closures for a bike ride, we were delayed. This turned out out to be to our advantage. We arrived in time for the 2.30 pm tour. There was...More