Cobble Wood Guesthouse and Bird Sanctuary House & Suites
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... Tony's Pizza for a quick slice of pizza for lunch. We had to be quick as we had a short turnaround to our next activity - an afternoon's whale watching tour with Jamie's Whaling Station. Despite the warm weather, we were provided with full-body spray suits, which act as waterproofing, warmth and flotation all in one - a kind of buoyant duvet-lined onesie! Far too warm on shore but essential kit out on the boat. We were ...
... there were only 6 passengers so we all had our own seat and plenty of room to move about. As we left the harbour we were followed by a Bald Eagle looking for food. The communication from other vessels advised us of Orcas around George Fraser Island so off we went. Large beds of kelp housed the seals that the Orcas were hunting and we were entertained for an hour and a half watching them surface. Finally we took off in an easterly direction for an island ...
... to go into the warmer pools.
We spent about 90 minutes or so at the springs, and our timing was pretty good as it was largely empty when we arrived but got busier the longer we were there and even busier still as we were getting out.
Then it was time to have some lunch by the sea before doing the walk back through the trees. To top off a fantastic day we saw two Gray Whales on the way back as another boat radioed in to ...
... away. There were big spoldgy orange things that were called sea cucumbers. I understood why they were called that, because they were the same shape as a cucumber. When I touched them they felt squishy and it wasn't very nice. The starfish felt very hard and solid. Some of them felt furry and they were my favourite.
There were these really long eels and they had a pointy nose that was shaped like a trumpet. That is why they were called pipe eels. We also saw a big ...
... off the coast, they swam around us like we were the sight to see not the other way around. We then stopped to see the many Stella Sea Lions lazing on a rock island and some in the water.
Yeah!! We saw the famous Sea Otter, we were so keen on seeing these little fella’s, they are quite big about the size of a small seal, they lay on their backs the whole time, so they can put their food on their tummies, they spend most of their time in the ...