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Enjoy the Conservation Parks

A new Conservation Park has been established at Sceale Bay, a new Conservation Park will very soon be proclaimed at Baird Bay, and an enlarged Conservation Park will also very soon be proclaimed at Point Labatt and Searcy Bay. Sceale Bay Conservation Park includes part of a significant wetland at Seagull Lake, and protects part of the vegetated coastal dune system of Sceale Bay beach. Baird Bay Conservation Park will protect all of the coastal margins of Baird Bay, which includes a range of coastal environments and wildlife around the sheltered shallow waters of Baird Bay. The expanded Point Labatt Conservation Park protects more exposed cliff-top and coastal heathland and grassland environments fringing Searcy Bay. Calpatanna Waterhole Conservation Park is a larger inland Park with a range of mallee, heath and seasonal wetland environments.

Visitors should be reminded that the Australian Sea Lion colonies and the adjacent waters at Nicholas Baudin Island, Point Labatt, and Jones Island are prohibited areas for the protection of the species. Viewing of the colony at Point Labatt is encouraged, and for a closer encounter, visitors are encouraged to swim with Australian Sea Lions and dolphins with Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience.

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