We loved seeing the wildlife, the jetty is a great view and a must! The restaurant staff were friendly. Mick at the Kayaking Hut was really helpful. First morning we walked the beach and there were quite a few dolphins swimming along the beach. Please note when you go to the beach at the jetty area to queue up in the morning for the Dolphin experience, it doesn't make any difference what time you arrive, the people selected to feed a dolphin is random. We were a little confused and disappointed, it's great that conservation is the main focus and the feeding is only a small amount of the dolphins daily diet. It was also great to see the dolphins chase the fish so close up. However the dolphin experience is not really managed that well, they could communicate better and control the area. They only feed 2 females, so if other adults visit the beach they are not fed, which pretty much means they don't visit as much. I feel it really should be all or nothing, feed the adults who visit or feed none. It's pretty obvious why so many people visit the location, the prices in the area are higher than everywhere else we stayed in the region. They want you to pay to see the dolphins, but then there is a lot of conditions and warnings. The dolphins obviously have a bond with the staff in the water, they say to the tourists "stay 50 metres away from the dolphins" at the same time as the dolphin is touching their legs. Obviously we still have a way to go.