Dolphin & Whale Watching
Dolphin & Whale Watching

Bottle nose dolphins are plentiful in the waters off Pink Bay

Kangaroo Island Ocean Safari operates from Peenshaw

Kangaroo Island Dolphin, Seal & Whale Watching


Kangaroo Island Ocean Safaris operate daily from the Christmas Cove Marina in Penneshaw ‘Kangaroo Island’s gateway’. Christmas Cove is one of Australia’s geological monuments cut out by glacial movement 240 million years ago and it offers the perfect access to board the 7.5 metre vessel a Gemini Waverider that carries up to 12 passengers.

Breaking News: Kangaroo Island Ocean Safaris now offers “swim with the Dolphins & Seals”

The Kangaroo Island Dolphin, Seal & Whale Watching Safaris include:
  • Small Personalised Tours (Maximum of 12)
  • 1 hour and 15 minute coastal cruise on board a 7.5 metre vessel Friendly, fun and informative.  The “swim with the Dolphins is a 2 hour trip.
  • The chance to see dolphins, seals, sea birds and whales (subject to season) Whale Watching Please note whales are rarely seen on the safaris
  • Local history of Kangaroo Island
  • Departs daily at 9.00 am,
  • 12.00 noon and 3.00 pm
  • The tour guide will provide you with interesting facts about the dolphins and other wildlife you encounter during the safari therefore maximising your wildlife experience.

Pre Booking is essential.

Southern Right Whales visit Kangaroo Island during the winter months The tour guide will provide you with interesting facts about the dolphins and other wildlife you encounter during the safari therefore maximising your wildlife experience.

Included

Life jackets, Spray jackets, Sun Block
Informative Commentary
Transportation upon request (additional fee may apply)

What to Bring

Warm clothing (e.g. Jacket), Hat, Sunglasses and Camera/binoculars

Where

Passengers meet 15 minutes prior to departure at Christmas Cove Marina located in Penneshaw (pre-booking essential). To make a booking or for more details go to www.kangarooislandoceansafari.com.au or phone Tony on +61 419 772 175.

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