Sea Kayak - Dolphin Sanctuary
Sea Kayak - Dolphin Sanctuary
Sea Kayak - Dolphin Sanctuary
Group Kayaking
Happy Kayakers

Sea Kayak to the Dolphin Sanctuary

Tour operated by: Bayplay Adventure Tours

Address: 3755 Point Nepean Rd, Portsea, Victoria 3944

Phone: 03 5984 0888  |  Fax: 03 5984 0111  

Email: bookings@bayplay.com.au
Web: bayplay.com.au

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Sea Kayaking is the ultimate way to explore the amazingly pristine coastline of the Mornington Peninsula with Bayplay Adventure Tours.

The fun, healthy, eco-friendly and quiet vessels give you the ultimate opportunity to encounter dolphins, seals and penguins up close as you paddle around the picturesque Point Nepean National Park! This is the perfect tour for those with a sense of adventure and interest in nature.

Tours begin with a short briefing covering terminology, equipment use, skills and safety procedures. Your professional guides also provide information on the marine life and points of interest along the way.

Scale the coastline of Point Nepean National Park, and make your way into the Dolphin Sanctuary. Throughout the tour, your guide will tell you all about the history of Port Phillip Bay and the marine life you encounter. After making your way closer to the Heads, you will turn around and head towards Sorrento, past the hilltop mansions and private piers, before returning to Portsea.

Payment methods accepted

American Express  Cash Only  EFTPOS  MasterCard  VISA Card 

Cancellation and booking policy

Full payment required to confirm booking. 24 hour notice required for cancellation. If the tour is cancelled due to the weather, they will reschedule at the guests' convenience.

Days of operation

Departure details: 01/10/12 - 31/12/13

Mon: 9:00am - 9:00am

Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Tour starting location

Bayplay's Adventure Shop

Mode of transport

  • Kayak

Activities

  • Kayaking

Experiences

  • Other

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Courtesy transfer
  • Check-in desk
  • Diving equipment
  • Guide
  • Public transport
  • Waiting area

Languages

  • English

Located on the Mornington Peninsula for over 10 years, Bayplay Adventure Tours is an award winning accommodation and aquatic adventure tour operator. Providing unique self contained cottages, group accommodation in retreats and lodges, and a range of Melbourne Day Tour options to the Mornington Peninsula.

Bayplay Adventure Tours provide tours or hire gear to Sea Kayak to the Dolphin Sanctuary. All swimming abilities are catered for on the Snorkel with Sea Dragons Tour. Bike Ride to Point Nepean National Park, Bayplay provide tours or bike hire. Guided Scuba Dive to the "Fab Five Dive Sites", Bayplay have tours and PADI Dive Courses. Sail and Snorkel Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay with a tour or charter.

Sea Kayaking is the ultimate way to explore the amazingly pristine coastline of the Mornington Peninsula. The ultimate opportunity to meet dolphins, seals and penguins up close as you paddle around the picturesque Point Nepean National Park Coastline and the Dolphin Sanctuary.

See the rare Weedy Sea Dragon colony in their natural habitat. Learn all about the marine life of Port Phillip Bay with their marine naturalist guides. Fun, family friendly tour, non-swimmers are catered for too!

Experience the unique historic Point Nepean National Park from your bike in a fun, engaging and healthy way. Point Nepean's rich history has had a significant impact on Victoria and Australia in terms of immigration, quarantine and defence. Guided or self guided historical tours are available

Meet some of their rare temperate marine life on a "Fab 5 Dive". You will see Weedy Seadragons, Seahorses, Stingrays and much more. Your will dive Bayplay's most popular dive sites for encountering the bay's most mesmerising marine life.

Sail and Snorkel Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay on their 35 foot catamaran. Visit Mud Island, Nepean Bay and Popes Eye Marine Park.

Tourism awards

2010  - Victorian Tourism Awards  - Hall Of Fame

Parks Victoria Licence
Tour operator is licensed to conduct tours on public land

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