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Dolphin Feeding

The highlight of any visit to Tangalooma is the opportunity to hand feed one of the wild bottlenose dolphins that visit the shores each evening at sunset.

There are up to 10 of these playful creatures that visit regularly, each with their own distinctive and unique personalities.

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Dolphin Attendance
Find out which dolphins turned up
to the feed on certain nights. A great way to keep in touch with your favourite flippered friends!

Meet the dolphins
Beauty and Bess
were the first dolphins to visit the shores of Tangalooma, and their legacies live on through their families.

How it all began
Since 1992, wild dolphins have been visiting the shores of Tangalooma to be hand-fed. Read a personal account of the program's humble beginnings.

Feeding the Dolphins
The dolphin feeding programme
runs to strict guidelines to ensure the safety and protection of our dolphins. Learn all about how to feed the dolphins here!

Dolphin Behaviours
When our dolphins come in to feed
each night, they sure know how to put on a show for the crowds. Learn all about the different behaviours they may display.

Marine Education & Conservation Centre
Keeping you in the know
about our conservation efforts. Visit our blog for updates information &  fun facts.


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Current Specials
Wild dolphin feeding experience
"Tangles" the dolphin
Dolphin Feeding view from Jetty
Kids love the experience of hand feeding a wild dolphin!
"Echo" the dolphin
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