Despite the shutdown forced by COVID-19, local icon, Dolphin Marine Conservation Park (DMCP) quickly adapted using social media to share their animals and conservation messages with their community with
Australian zoos and aquariums welcome government relief for animal care The Zoo and Aquarium Association Australasia (ZAA) welcomes the announcement today from Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham and Minister for
Following Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s public update on the government’s coronavirus battle plan: At this stage we are open and fully operational. We are taking all the necessary precautions with respect to hygiene and guest safety. Hand
With the current health crisis, we are receiving a lot of enquiries about whether Dolphin Marine Conservation Park is open for business. We want to confirm that yes, we are open as usual. Creekside Café is open from 7.30 am and
Staff & volunteers from Dolphin Marine Conservation Park, Dolphin Marine Rescue, Australian Sea Bird Rescue & Turtle Watch will be helping the National Parks and Wildlife Service to monitor sea turtle nests along the Coffs Coast under
On Saturday 7th March, senior members of Dolphin Marine Rescue ran a workshop for participants wanting to learn more about how to help with the rescue, rehab & release of marine wildlife once injured & under human
Dolphin Marine Conservation Park works very closely with TAFE NSW, giving students real-life work experience in the animal care industry. We proudly welcome our newest student recruits all of whom are studding Certificate III in Captive Animals.