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List of Australian Wild Animal Enounters, Australia

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Aquascene
Doctors Gully, Darwin
Aquascene at Doctors Gully in Darwin is a popular tourist attraction where huge numbers of fish swim to the shore to be hand fed at high tide. The fish feeding has been taking place since 1950s. It all started when a local resident started to feed... Click to continue>
Brisbane Whale Watching
Redcliffe, Moreton Bay
Brisbane Whale Watching offers humpback whale watching tours on the luxury whale vessel "Eye-Spy" from Redcliffe on Moreton Bay just thirty minutes north of Brisbane. Brisbane Whale Watching has been operating tours from Redcliffe for over eight... Click to continue>
Mon Repos Conservation Park
Bargara
One of the most popular spots for watching marine turtles nesting in Australia is at Mon Repos Conservation Park, near Bundaberg in Queensland. Mon Repos has the most nesting turtles on the east Australian mainland, and a significant breeding area... Click to continue>
Monkey Mia
Shark Bay
Monkey Mia is located at Dolphin Beach on the shores of Shark Bay, Western Australia. It is famous for its hundreds of kilometers of white-shell beaches and clear blue waters, and for the wild dolphins that make the area their home. Monkey Mia is... Click to continue>
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island
Philip Island
Phillip Island is located just off the Victorian coast south of the Mornington Peninsula. It is now connected to the mainland by a bridge across Western Port Bay. The Penguin Parade at Phillip Island is one of the best known wildlife attractions in... Click to continue>
Penneshaw Penguin Centre
Kangaroo Island
The Penneshaw Penguin Centre is situated on the shore at Hog Bay Beach in Penneshaw, on the eastern side of Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw is home to a colony of Little Penguins (also known as Fairy Penguins), and is one of the best places to see... Click to continue>
Rodney Fox Great White Shark Expeditions
Port Lincoln
Rodney Fox was seriously mauled by a Great White Shark in December 1963 in one of the worst non-fatal shark attacks ever recorded. With severe injuries around his chest and arm, Fox managed to escape. He later went on to become a leading authority... Click to continue>
Rottnest Island
Rottnest Island
Rottnest Island is famous for its population of Quokkas. There are about 10,000 of these small kangaroo relatives on the island. Rottnest Island, or Rotto as it is affectionately called by the locals, is located 18 km off the coast of Western... Click to continue>
Seal Bay Conservation Park
Kangaroo Island
Seal Bay Conservation Park is on the southern coast of Kangaroo Island about 45 minutes from Kingscote. The main park attraction the colonies of Australian Sea-lions. The Conservation Park was declared in 1972 to help protect the Australian Sea-lion... Click to continue>
Southern Right Whale Watching At Head Of Bight
Head Of Bight
Head of Bight is on the far West Coast of South Australia on the edge of the Nullarbor. It is a famous spot for land based viewing of Southern Right Whales. The whales migrate from Antarctica to the warmer waters of the Bight during winter to breed... Click to continue>
Steve's Whale One - Australia Zoo
Mooloolaba
Steve's Whale One is a luxury cruise vessel owned by Australia Zoo that runs whale watching trips. The vessel caters for up to 115 people and is based at The Wharf at Mooloolaba on the Queensland Sunshine Coast. It was named “Steve's Whale One” by... Click to continue>
Swimming With Whale Sharks - Ningaloo Whaleshark n Dive
Exmouth
Swimming with giant Whale sharks is a once in a life time experience you can enjoy off Western Australia. Ningaloo Whaleshark n Dive (formerly Village Dive) operates various dive and snorkel tours on the Ningaloo Reef, including Whale Shark tours.... Click to continue>
Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort
Moreton Island
One of the highlights of a stay at Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort is the chance to feed wild bottlenose dolphins. Each evening the dolphins swim up to resort jetty to be hand fed fish by resort staff and guests. The jetty is well lit, allowing... Click to continue>


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