We went on a boardwalk right onto the beach. We had a guide who explained a lot about the sea lions. We got quite close and now have great photos. Well organized.
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We were taken out to Seal Bay by a ranger Don, who was specialised in all things Australian Seal and there to ensure that people didn't get too close or upset the seals. Amazing to see how the conservation is being maintained, though don't expect...More
Visited this place just recently. Beautiful sea lions and they look so relaxed even with humans on the beach for the guided tour. The park is very strict about approach and distance rules which is great. So therefore the seals keep coming. I actually went2...More
Thanks to the conservation park for creating good access to the sea Lions - seals closely Be careful seals might be resting on your way
The sea lions here are so cool. It is great that you can get close to them. We were about 5 metres away. The guides at the centre were extremely knowledgeable and good advice as to how to keep yourself safe. They also seemed to...More
We expected a little more for our money. It was nice but for a family of five it was rather expensive for a few seals in the disance. We travelled after this to the Admirals Arch on the West coast of the island and got...More
Went on the boardwalk instead of the tour as restricted with time. Still managed to get close to the seals and pups. Very interesting and informative with lots of info there.
W saw many seals from the boardwalk, often only 3-5 metres away. This included many seals pup being breastfed by their mothers, or playing in groups. Maybe we were lucky on that particular day but it was a wonderful visit.