Marine Parks for Kids

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Sea All Dolphin Swims
For your experience of a lifetime, Sea All Dolphin Swim’s friendly crew will take you to Southern Port Phillip Bay, to a magnificent underwater world that boasts more biodiversity than The Great Barrier Reef, Starting with Popes Eye - The smallest Marine National Park; Chinaman’s Hat Seal Platform - Snorkel with the Australian Fur Seals; Swim with and observe Wild Dolphins* and Enjoy more on-board activities - 'boom net', 'duck spa' etc. With Sea All you can choose to snorkel or stay dry and ...
Tech Dive Academy Pty Ltd
The original bespoke private dive training company - established 2003. All training is with your own personal dive instructor, and what better place to do it than the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef. Our multi award winning service and much lauded unique training methods draws customers from all over the world to dive with us here on the Great Barrier Reef. Tech Dive Academy is the only PADI five-star IDC rated centre based in Port Douglas, in the far north of Queensland. We offer First Class ...
Moonshadow - TQC Cruises
Located only 2.5hrs North of Sydney, and just 25mins from Newcastle airport, Port Stephens & Newcastle are nature’s playground, a soft adventure paradise. Moonshadow - TQC have over 36years of experience and we know how to look after you. Port Stephens harbour has been rightly called the “dolphin capital of Australia” as approximately 160 bottlenose dolphins call these waters home all year round. From May to November we are honoured to witness the magnificent migrating Humpback whales ...
Hervey Bay Whale Watch
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Hervey Bay Whale Watch operate half day whale watch cruises July till end October each year. Family owned & operated by Brian & Jill Perry, the Whale Watch Pioneers (1987). Their vessel Quick Cat II is a fast stable catamaran with wheelchair & pram access around the entire main deck. Home made morning or afternoon tea is included. Whales & Fraser 1 or 2 day adventure packages available from $130 each includes morning whale watch cruise with light breakfast & morning tea on board, lunch at Kingfisher ...
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This is the best whale watchin cruise I have ever done, will do it again

Perfect Nature Cruises
Breathe in the fresh salty air of nature's aquarium, as you step aboard Aristocat 2 in search of the dugong and all the amazing and endangered marine life who live and play in the incredibly untouched Shark Bay World Heritage Area. Perfect Nature Cruises of Monkey Mia Yacht Charters, offer a range of cruises to suit everyone. Visit the website to see our regular cruises, or spoil yourself and explore Shark Bay on a special private cruise.
Cape Byron is the most easterly point of the Australian mainland, and forms part of Bundjalung Aboriginal country, which covers roughly the area from Tweed Heads in the north to Grafton in the south, and west to Tabulam and Baryulgil. Cape Byron lighthouse was built in 1901 and for a century alerted passing ships to the dangers of the coast. Standing sentinel atop the 94 metre cliff at mainland Australia's most easterly point, the lighthouse is a must-see for all visitors to Byron Bay. Whatever ...

12B Teramby Road, Nelson Bay, NSW 2315

The park provides for a wide variety of water-based recreational activities including fishing within permitted zones, whale watching, boating, swimming, snorkelling, diving and other water sports. Picnic, camping and accommodation facilities are available in several national parks local towns surrounding the marine park. Access: Numerous access points throughout Port Stephens and the Great Lakes area.

Introduction to Snorkelling – Port Stephens – Great Lakes Marine Park

From 01-01-2015 To 31-12-2016

Discover some of the rich marine life of the Port Stephens – Great Lakes Marine Park. Learn how and when to snorkel, with an introductory lesson from professional instructors at ‘Let’s Go Adventures’, ...

Tallow Beach Road, Byron Bay, NSW 2481

Local marine habitats include a range of exposed and sheltered sandy beaches, rocky shores, rocky reefs, submerged pinnacles, small rocky islands, coral communities, riverine estuaries, coastal creeks and lakes, and a variety of sandy seabed habitats. Marine life includes many species of dolphins, seabirds, turtles, fish, seaweeds, and invertebrates such as sponges, corals and anemones. Threatened marine species that occur in the Cape Byron Marine Park include little terns, grey nurse sharks and ...

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