Travelling in a small group you'll stroll with your guide down on the beaches through a wild seal colony at Seal Bay for an up close and personal beach encounter with rare and endangered sea lions.
Walk among the members of the third largest and most accessible colony of Australian Sea Lions at Seal Bay Conservation Park. You can't help but fall in love with these adorable animals with their big brown eyes, cute little faces, and sleek, agile bodies on this bewitching half-day excursion. Watch in delight as members of this protected breeding colony fish, dive, surf, haul out and lumber up the beach to socialize with their fellow sea lions. A favorite pastime is basking in the sun, barking, and catching a few "zzzz's." Whatever the case, sea lions can charm you just by doing what comes naturally. The photo opportunities abound as you wander down on to the sand close to these inquisitive creatures so be sure to carry your camera.
After your visit to Seal Bay, continue to Pennington Bay where you'll be absolutely dazzled by the breathtaking beauty, the crashing waves, and the comings and goings of the daring surfers that “hang ten” in the turquoise waters.