Mount Compass golf course:biggrinxmas:...................seemed a bit bizarre playing a shot while a kanga looked on. And there was loads of them ..........a couple of real biggies. I wouldnt have fancied fighting him for my ball!:winkxmas:
I used to live right near the filthy old Port River and everyday as the train rolled over the bridge there they'd be frollicking around in the toxic waste. North Haven Marina is a very popular spot for them too. I've also seen a huge pod of about 15 down at O'Sullivans Beach. There out there but you really only get to see their fins anyway.:tonguexmas:
We were out on the boat yesterday,making our way up to Brighton.
Sorry,we saw some Dolphins.
Must admit I saw just a fin at first and wondered if it was a bitey thing.
Then saw the curve of the fin and how they were travelling.
4 of them I think heading straight out to sea.
Tried to take a pic but not fast enough.
Hallett Cove is a good place to see them.
I always see them when I walk over Cove Road or walking throught Hallett Cove Conservation Park - me walking not the dolphins. I have also seen a seal playing in the breaking waves at Hallett Cove. I was so excited and pointed it out to an Australian family who were really unimpressed!!!!
We have only been to the beach twice and have not seen any dolphins but we were in our rental 3 days when we seen a BL***Y RED BACK dangling from the outside chairxmas
Originally Posted by caoimhe
Oooooooh Tracey had her first 'redback' experience yesterday. One crawled over the back of her hand when we were going through our container boxes. They don't look too friendly do they?