This was the experience of a lifetime - educational, friendly, and magical, you will see nature, sea lions and dolphins in a while new light after this magical and intense encounter.
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We stayed at Baird Bay Eco Accommodation - 2 families (10 adults) in the Eco house, has 4 bedrooms with ensuites very luxurious, boat and kayaks included. Kangaroos come to visit each evening to graze on the green lawn. Great place to stay - plenty...More
The Baird Bay sea lion and dolphin swim is a once in a lifetime experience that is not to miss. We saw this last minute on the internet, and decided to give it a go. We arrived about 20 minutes early, but that gave us...More
Dont' spend $195 when you can go there and spend $150 for a more personal experience. It was so Amazing!!!
We stayed in the campground and fortunately had a tinnie for fishing. The camp fits about six caravans and has a honesty box of $10 per night with shelter for happy hour and a Eco loo nearby. Overlooks the bay with sensational sunsets and a...More
Wow wow wow what more can I say this is an ultimate experience and if its something you have always wanted to do then do it. We actually did swim with the seals tour in Port Lincoln the day before this one and was so...More
sheer joy!... to be able to swim, interact and observe the sea lions is a blessing. Just the arrival of our boat bought about 20 sea lions (half) off the beach to come visit us. Once I got over the fact the waters were freezing...More
It's definitely a "thing to do"! There are no words for describe this experience, you just have to do it! We were not a lots of persons, just a group of 14 which was good. We started by have a look around a beach where...More
We visited Baird Bay after we heard about the opportunity to swim with dolphins and sea lions when in Monkey Mia - and, though really a remote spot, it is worth the visit! When we arrived, we were fitted in our wet suits (a good...More