Experience the marine world with Sea All Dolphin Swims

December 15, 2021 BY

Half-day adventures are suitable for all ages, sizes, and abilities – couples, families, school groups, and social and special interest groups.

Swim with dolphins, see fur seals and snorkel among unique marine life on an ocean tour these school holidays.

Seal and Dolphin Swim Tours are conducted in the southern reaches of Port Phillip Bay.

Surrounded by the historic fishing ports of Queenscliff and Sorrento, the area boasts some fascinating maritime and military history and is home to the highly diverse Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park, world renowned for its rich biodiversity and unique marine life.

Snorkel in part of the Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park and experience the rich biodiversity and unique marine life.

 

The three-and-a-half hour half-day tours generally start with a snorkel at Popes Eye (part of the Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park).

It’s shallow and protected waters are teeming with colourful fish and marine life making it the ideal place to brush up on our snorkeling skills.

The tour then heads off to Chinaman’s Hat, a local haul-out site that is a temporary home to 30 to 40 young Australian fur seals waiting to interact with you.

And, of course, the whole time the crew are in search for the dolphins and usually find them not to far away.

Swimming with dolphins is controlled by strict legislation (deservedly so!) and our patient instructors will ensure that both snorkellers and dolphins benefit from the experience.

A Sea All Dolphin Swims adventure will be one you will remember forever.

 

Half-day adventures are suitable for all ages, sizes, and abilities – couples, families, school groups, and social and special interest groups.

Please allow for some flexibility as due to weather and water conditions, and operators may need to alter program or locality to suit.

Whether sightseeing or snorkelling, a Sea All Dolphin Swims adventure will be one you will remember forever.

 

 

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