Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia

Cape Naturaliste Seals

There is a fairly large seal colony off the coast between Bunker Bay and Cape Naturaliste – they live just under the whale lookout. This part of the coast has very few visitors and the seals like it that way.  It is possible to go down the cliffs and get a good view, if you know where the informal tracks are. However it is a very, very steep climb back up. If you go to watch the seals please keep your distance – they are nervous when people are nearby. Take binoculars and/or a telephoto lens. (Signs on the beach ask people to keep at least 30m from the seals, and warn against going between the seals and the water if they are on land).

Cape Naturaliste seals

Cape Naturaliste seals

Cape Naturaliste seals

Cape Naturaliste seals

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