If you’re tired of taking the same old family vacations and want to experience something new with them, consider visiting Montague Island. Located off the coast of Bermagui, this stunning island is home to delightful dolphins and playful seals as well as other incredible creatures.
Here, you can enjoy tours of the island where you may encounter the seal and penguin colonies and the nesting seabirds that call Montague Home. By the time you get home, you and your family will be full of stories to tell for years to come.
What the Journey Entails
Once you arrive at the island, you have the option to take a two-hour ocean adventure tour that allows you to experience the spectacular Sapphire Coast. This tour is a great way to see the local beaches and the spectacular coastline of the Sapphire Coast as well as experience the magnificent headlands and incredible wildlife that the island has to offer.
When you go on one of the Montague Island tours, you can expect a warm welcome that includes hot tea, coffee, milo, and home-baked goodies. Each ticket costs $55 per adult and $30 for children under 16 years of age. However, you can also opt for a family package that costs $150 per family of two adults and two children under the age of 16. Because the tour is done on the water, you will also be provided with wet-weather spray jackets to keep you dry and warm during the journey.
The Experience of a Lifetime
The Island of Montague is breathtaking and a place that everyone should get to visit at least once in their lives. The island rests in the shadow of Gulaga Mountain and is located in the Batemans Marine Park, a nature lover’s paradise. As mentioned previously, the island houses all kinds of animals including seals, penguins, sharks, dolphins, and whales as well as seabirds.
If you’re a nature lover or someone looking to get more in tune with nature in general, be sure to book a tour at Montague Island. While on the tour you will learn a lot about the history of the land as well as getting a chance to see some of the magnificent creatures that call this wonderful place their home. Don’t let another holiday season go to waste: book a tour today!