One of my last trips during my stay in South Australia was a day trip to Kangaroo Island. It was a very long day starting out at 6:30am to catch a bus down to Cape Jervis to catch the Ferry over to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island.
It was a beautiful sunny day, the ferry was full and about half way through I noticed a few people looking down at the bow of the boat with camera’s in hand. I went over to find two dolphins playing in the Jetstream of the water. I quickly took out my camera and crossed my fingers that I could work the movie feature and starting filming the dolphins. If this was the only thing that happened all day then it was a great day!
Our first stop was Seal Bay and we were not disappointed, it was loaded with seals. A ranger had to escort us down to the beach.
We were met by quite a lot of lazy seals lying in the sun resting or feeding their young. We all thought what a lazy animal but were then told that they spend days at sea finding food and come back exhausted for a day feeding their young and then went back out again. Not the life I would choose.
Seal Bay is on a wild and woolly looking coastline with strong winds carving out the rocks. Nature at its best.
Next up Remarkable Rock and Admirals Arch.