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Seal Bay Conservation Park, Seal Bay
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Home to the third largest sea lion colony in Australia, Seal Bay Conservation Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations on Kangaroo Island, offering a rare nature-based experience with no enclosures or cages confining the animals. Experienced guides can take you into the heart of the sea lion colony, where you can learn how these endangered creatures fish, surf, rest, interact with their pups, and defend their territory. To protect the precarious colony, visitors can visit the beach, where the sea lions rest with their young, as part of a guided tour only. You can take unguided walks along the park's boardwalk at any time. Make Seal Bay Conservation Park a centerpiece of your Seal Bay vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Seal Bay vacation generator.
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Couldn't believe how close we actually got, just incredible. Very windy down on the beach, got lots of amazing photos. Just brilliant.
Whilst some complain about the tour price it is all going to a great cause, and $35 for a 45 minute tour is more than reasonable. The beach itself is spectacular, make sure you visit the lookout for a... read more »
Our family of 6 (2A, 2C & the grandparents) experienced the Seal Rocks Twilight Tour, an amazing tour well worth the extra paid above the general entry fee to see the seals up close in their natural h... read more »
Went as part of the Sealink day tour. It was great to see the seals up close in their natural habitat. Would definitely recommend anyone to come visit seal bay.
Great guided tour with tanya. We were really close to the seals and we got a lot of interesting informartions!
Went for the guided tour with a nice lady which was able to make it in French. Learned a lot about those amazing creature and could see them playing, fighting, and mostly sleeping from very close. Also went on the board walk which allows to see the animals close, great for people with a smaller budget.
One of the "Must go" for the island. You will get less than 10metres from the seal.
Gerard Gassol Quilez
It is a nice place, but we felt disappointed. Maybe expecting much more seals.
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