Seal Bay is part of a conservation park on Kangaroo Island, and you can get up close to seals just lolling around on the sand!

You can only do this on a guided tour provided by South Australia's Parks department, but it's well worth doing. There are seals scattered along the sand, sleeping, ambling into the ocean, or surfing in toward land. Baby seals are very cute. You walk along a boardwalk from the visitor centre, and can usually start to see the seals beneath or alongside the boardwalk. They seem very calm and used to visitors!

The Parks guide can answer a lot of questions about the seals too.

Read more about Seal Bay and its tours on the Parks South Australia website or South Australian Tourism Commission Seal Bay page.