If you're a wildlife lover, Seal Bay Conservation is a must-visit destination. This protected beach is home to a colony of over 1,000 Australian sea lions, one of the rarest and most endangered species in the world.
Visitors to Seal Bay can take a guided tour of the beach and observe the sea lions in their natural habitat. The guided tours are led by knowledgeable and experienced guides who provide information about the sea lions' behaviour, biology, and conservation status. Visitors can also learn about the park's conservation efforts and the important role it plays in protecting this endangered species.
In addition to the sea lions, Seal Bay is also home to a diverse range of other wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, and several species of birds. The park has several walking trails that offer stunning views of the surrounding coastline and wilderness, as well as opportunities to encounter the park's unique wildlife up close.