A second group of Long Nose Fur Seals have been released back into the wild this week after a period of rehabilitation at Dolphin Marine Magic. The two seals, named Sweep and Shelly, were rescued as part of the Seal Storm
Dolphin Marine Magic is proud to share with you that we have received our Zoo & Aquarium accreditation for the next 3 years under the ZAA Accreditation Program. This program recognises and promotes positive animal welfare opportunities for the
Thank you Out & About With Kids for awarding Dolphin Marine Magic as a finalist in your 2016 Best of Family Travel Awards under the Best Australian Animal Attraction. Congratulations to all of the other nominations: Melbourne Zoo Taronga Zoo Taronga Western Plains Zoo Sea
The first group of seals have completed their rehabilitation at Dolphin Marine Magic (DMM) following the recent “Seal Storm” event and were released at South Solitary Island this morning. Skip, rescued from the Coffs Marina, Bluie, rescued from the Angourie blue
World renowned marine mammal ophthalmologist, Dr Carmen Colitz, has lent her expertise this week to a number of Long Nose Fur Seals recovering at Dolphin Marine Magic (DMM) following the recent “Seal Storm” event across the east Australian coast.