We stopped at this beautiful bay on a hot February day and were lucky enough to find a delightful Bed and breakfast unit without pre-booking. The camp site at this bay only caters for camper vans, tents and caravans so it is wise to pre book accommodation at peak times. We hit the surf (not overly warm water) and found we were swimming with dolphins, walked down to see the petrified forest and were amazed at the quality of information on the forest rock formations and the Yellow eyed penguins. We returned at dusk (7 pm) to see the penguins dotted around the bay at vegetation level, calling out to their partner or parent who popped up out of the kelp and started to waddle in land. This was a slow process so allow plenty of time if you want to see them reach their family. A ranger kept an eye on the birds,, and visitors to make sure their territories were not breached and was available to talk to.
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