A popular marine tourism destination in New South Wales has entered voluntary administration after more than 50 years in business.
- Dolphin Marine Conservation Park opened in Coffs Harbour in 1970
- Founder Terry Goodall says COVID, natural disasters and rates have all contributed to the development
- A fundraising campaign will be launched in a bid to save the park
The Dolphin Marine Conservation Park in Coffs harbour on the state’s Mid North Coast is one of two facilities in Australia that have dolphins in captivity.
Dolphins, endangered fur seals, penguins and sea turtles, many of…