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Swim with Dolphins in Port Stephens
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Wild Dolphin Swimming Experience in Port Stephens

Swim with Dolphins in Port Stephens

By Dolphin Swim Australia
5 out of 5
Features
Overview
  • Thrilling swim with wild dolphins in their natural habitat!
  • 4 hour cruise of Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine Park!
  • Experienced & fun staff ensuring an unforgettable experience
  • Light breakfast, tea, coffee & photos included!
  • Customised underwater video of your day included!

Activity location

    • 6 Teramby Road d'Albora Marina
    • 2315, Nelson Bay, New South Wales, Australia

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Dock C, d'Albora Marina, Nelson Bay
    • 6 Teramby Road d'Albora Marina
    • 2315, Nelson Bay, New South Wales, Australia

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Sorry this activity isn't available on Mon, 22 July
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What's included, what's not

  • What's includedWhat's includedUnique & world first wild dolphin swim experience that allows you to leave with a clear conscience
  • What's includedWhat's included Wetsuit, snorkel, safety harness & training provided
  • What's includedWhat's included Light breakfast, tea and coffee (instant) & fruit platters!
  • What's includedWhat's included Live tour commentary provided in English
  • What's includedWhat's included Tour photos included
  • What's includedWhat's included Experienced and caring staff
  • What's includedWhat's included Lots of fun, smiles, tears of joy & excitement!
  • What's includedWhat's included Customised underwater video included! Shows footage of you and the dolphins!
  • What's excludedWhat's excludedNo transport available to and from vessel

Know before you book

  • Suitable for ages 7 to 70
  • Limit of 24 swimmers and 12 observers per tour
  • May be cancelled due to unsafe ocean conditions or a minimum number of bookings not being reached
  • You do NOT need to be a strong swimmer or snorkeller to do this activity!

What you can expect

Join our fun and caring team for this bucket list experience - the only permitted wild dolphin swim in NSW - in the bluewater wonderland of Port Stephens! Meet us bright and early to get fitted with your wetsuit, mask and snorkel before we head offshore on a 52' ocean-going catamaran.

Our experienced Swim Leaders will run you through the swim protocols and a snorkel briefing, after which you can sit back and relax or enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with some breakfast as the boat crew and swim team locate the beautiful wild dolphins and our Marine Mammal Observer entertains you with an educational commentary regarding the dolphins and the Port Stephens area.

Once the dolphins are located, the vessel becomes a hive of activity and excitement! Swimmers are organised into groups and attached to a line between the bows of the boat and then enter the magical world of wild dolphins! The inquisitive dolphins cross back and forth in front of you while you are pulled gently through the water - and the dolphins are so close, it is just like being a part of their pod!

This is an exhilarating experience that will leave you smiling and buzzing with excitement long after the activity is over! Come and #JoinThePod!!

Cleaning and safety practices

Enhanced cleanliness measures
  • High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
  • Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
Social distancing
  • Contactless ticket redemption
  • Social distancing measures in place
Safety measures
  • Personal protective equipment worn by staff
  • Temperature checks given to staff
  • Temperature checks available
  • Masks required
  • Hand sanitiser provided
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Location

Activity location

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    • 6 Teramby Road d'Albora Marina
    • 2315, Nelson Bay, New South Wales, Australia

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • PEOPLEPEOPLEDock C, d'Albora Marina, Nelson Bay
    • 6 Teramby Road d'Albora Marina
    • 2315, Nelson Bay, New South Wales, Australia