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Swim with dolphins at Mornington Peninsula

Have a close encounter with dolphins in their natural habitat. The wild Bottlenose dolphins live in Port Phillip Bay, Mornington Peninsula. Dolphins love to be playful and are very social, which is why they are usually spotted hanging out in groups.

Bottlenose dolphins can live up to 50 years. They are carnivorous and love to eat fish and squid. They are able to hold their breath for up to 15 minutes . Males are approximately 2.7 metres in length and on average weigh 230 kilograms.

The company was founded by a local family in 1986. They were the first organisation in the region to offer tours that allow you to swim with dolphins. The family are dolphin experts with a focus on protecting these gentle creatures. Therefore, they do not go out into the water in large groups.

Together with the experienced guides, you will board a boat from the Sorrento Pier. After you arrive out in the bay, you will have the chance to get better acquainted with these cheeky marine animals. If you prefer not to swim, you can also observe the dolphins on the boat.

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