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Dolphin Swim Australia

Dolphin Swim Australia remains the only permitted wild dolphin swim in NSW, licensed by the Marine Park Authority to operate in the Port Stephens/Great Lakes marine park. The wild dolphin swim occurs offshore on a 50 foot ocean catamaran, with qualified dive masters to take you through the most amazing experience of your life with the Short Beaked Common dolphin and Oceanic Bottlenose dolphin.

This unique Wild Dolphin Swim is a breakthrough in dolphin/human interaction. Relying on the dolphins amazing intelligence and inherent interest in the human animal, you can share an open water, in water wild dolphin experience daily like no other!

Each program includes all your equipment hire and training with their professional team including marine scientists on every swim studying the common dolphin. Learn and understand more about these amazing dolphins and their environment while enjoying over four hours of quality experience, superb training and invaluable information.

For more information: www.dolphinswimaustralia.com.au

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Wild Dolphin Swim
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This is an open water dolphin adventure with the amazing Short Beaked Pacific common dolphin and Oceanic Bottlenose dolphin. The wild dolphin swim is unique and the only experience of its type in Australia. Join Dolphin Swim Australia for an unforgettable, once in a lifetime adventure with wild dolphins.

Tour program includes: wetsuit by Lets Go Adventures (compulsory), mask and fins, continental breakfast on board, full training in swim procedures and snorkelling and scientific briefing on the common dolphin and Oceanic Bottlenose dolphin and the Port Stephens marine park environment.

A maximum of 20 swimmers and 20 observers per program. Private charters and group programs available.
start Location Highlights
d’Albora Marina, Nelson Bay Blue Water Wonderland, Nelson Bay
Travel by: Duration:
Motor Vessel Half Day or less, Tailored.
Price
$60.00-$289.00 Price Range AUD60.00 per observer. AUD289.00 per swimmer.
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