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Point Labatt Conservation Park is home to the only permanent colony of Australian sea-lions on mainland Australia and offers a unique opportunity to observe these rare and endangered marine mammals.

A viewing platform on the cliffs, 50 metres above the beach, lets you observe the sea-lions along with New Zealand Fur seals dozing in the sun on the beach and rocks. If you're lucky you may even see playful young pups learning to swim or scampering along the beach.

Point Labatt can be enjoyed as a half-day trip from the pretty seaside town of Streaky Bay, just 50 kilometres away.

To help protect the animals natural habitat, camping and access to the aquatic reserve below is prohibited. As the cliff top viewing area is exposed, it’s a good idea to bring a warm or wind proof jacket.