Great to see them in natural habitat. We need to do what we can to preserve these beautiful creatures. Go visit, a must see!
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About Seal Bay Conservation Park
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This conservation park is well worth taking your time visiting. We arrived and first did the guided tour. Our guide knew a lot (a real lot!) about the seals, their breeding cycle, risks to their survival, individual seals and their characteristics. We saw bulls having...More
I took both the tour and a walk on the long boardwalk. Both were well worth the time. I saw many sea lions and pups in a natural Environment. I appreciated the dedication of the staff there to the protection of the sea lions. It...More
I never knew trip to this place will be so fun. Seals all around resting on the shores. It was fun watching their activities. They look lovely. Very good experience to get closer to the seal world. But it was not allowed to view more...More
We stopped here briefly on way to the Flinders Chase Park. Stunning scenery of the coast and views of Seals from the observation deck (cheaper option). You may choose to go on a beach walk to get sightly closer to Seals which costs more but...More
The Park does an excellent job combining their conservation efforts with providing a great experience for tourists and other visitors. Pay a little extra for the Seal Bay Experience and the wonderful staff will get you a close as they safely can to the seals...More