Seal Bay on Kangaroo Bay with Zeb and Eider Duck

We are going to Seal Bay, in a National Park.

Seal Bay is part of a National Park

Seal Bay is part of a National Park

Humans and duck will see the Australian Sea Lions.   We are visiting the third largest breeding colony in Australia.   Before we even get to the beach, we see this mom and baby sea lion in the bush.

Mom and Baby resting under a bush

Mom and Baby resting under a bush

We are quiet and keep our distance.   We do not want to disturb them.   We follow our guide down to the beach.

We follow our guide

We follow our guide

This sea lion is watching us watch him.

He knows we are here

He knows we are here

Thinking about a swim?

Ready for  swim

Ready for swim

They are swimming and playing in the water.

Fun at the beach

Fun at the beach

We like being on the beach with the sea lions.

Love the beach with sea lions

Love the beach with sea lions

However, if you do not want to walk on the beach, you can walk on this path and see the sea lions.

Humans can walk on this boardwalk for a different view

Humans can walk on this boardwalk for a different view

Looking down on beach and frolicking sea lions.

View from boardwalk

View from boardwalk

This young one is ready for a nap.

Tired

Tired

Aren’t they adorable?

Picture perfect

Picture perfect

We really like the sea lions.

Our new friends

Our new friends

Group nap time.

Group nap

Group nap

Sea lions must share the each with birds also.

Birds on the beach also

Birds on the beach also

We are off the beach now; heading to our bus, but we must have one last look back at the ocean.

So nice here.   Hard to leave

So nice here. Hard to leave

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