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Seal Bay offers one of the most exceptional nature-based experiences in the world. Fees are invested into ongoing research and conservation efforts and through these efforts we hope to preserve the natural habitat of a wild Australian sea lion...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Seal Bay Road, Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia 5223, Australia
All reviews guided tour australian sea lions board walk self guided kangaroo island beach walk their natural habitat these beautiful creatures within metres viewing platform wild animals sand dunes per adult parks pass unique experience information centre small group
Six of us joined the self guided board walk, The photo in pamphlet is misleading. You can not get up close personal with the seal in the beach. You can only see the seals from far away in the viewing platform due to protective reason....More
This is a great place to see Australia Sea Lions.
The visitors centre has an interesting informational display. We did both the boardwalk and the guided tour on the beach. All guides were knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
The sea lions were great to see. The scenery...More
I can understand why this is so heavily controlled by the national park authorities but it was one of the most expensive experiences that we did on our week in Kangaroo Island but by no means the best! I think you need to maintain the...More
Would highly recommend paying for the guided tour onto the beach. The guide was passionate, knowledgeable, and the up-close encounter allowed for excellent photo opportunities. The money is most definitely going to great conservation efforts. We saw researchers walking along the beach and in the...More
Well organised, newish, suit people with disabilities. Wooden pathways down to beach dune area. Here you can get up close and person with the huge sea lions and their ever so cute pups. Spectacular coastal views. Floral is abundant and healthy, some are named. Good...More
Sunset guided tour was freezing cold and windy with rain adding to it but the staff were amazing. Lent us some real cozy warm waterproof jackets. The tour was truly worth the trouble of going out in rain and cold. Wild seals displayed a variety...More
If my title doesn’t speak enough I highly recommend doing the guided tour. To see the animals at their level what they are doing and interacting was amazing. We were kept at a safe and respectful distance for the animals but could still see them...More
I couldn't believe How many seals were on the beach, it was fantastic. We had Mary-Alice as our guide and she was so knowledgeable and informative about the seals and about kangaroo island. We had a fantastic time and Would highly recommend the guided tour....More
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We just went there ourselves, and paid for tickets, got the KI pass which covers 4 other tours in the price if you are there awhile.Tours for just the seals and boardwalk are around $37 adult and they run about about every... More
We just went there ourselves, and paid for tickets, got the KI pass which covers 4 other tours in the price if you are there awhile.Tours for just the seals and boardwalk are around $37 adult and they run about about every 45min from 9 or 10am I think, and they take you down to the beach quite close to them. You can not really buy online unless your getting something like an all inclusive bus tour with ferry ect which some companies do. Hope it helps.
We took a 10 year old and an 18month old child (in a carry back pack) on our tour (only paid for the 10 year old). Also on the tour was another child who I assume was age 2 or 3. We saw children of all ages leaving on tours... More
We took a 10 year old and an 18month old child (in a carry back pack) on our tour (only paid for the 10 year old). Also on the tour was another child who I assume was age 2 or 3. We saw children of all ages leaving on tours. The guide was very good at answering the children's questions.