Surfers watch as a pod of dolphins and a seal chase a school of fish at one of Sydney’s most popular beaches
- Pod of dolphins joined a lone seal in chasing school of fish at popular beach
- The group of unexpected friends were spotting at Maroubra Beach on Sunday
- A lucky group of surfers watched on as the dolphins and seal splashed around
A lucky group of surfers were treated to the sight of a pod of dolphins and a seal playfully chasing a school of fish on a popular suburban beach.
Sydney resident Tom Wade captured the stunning encounter on Sunday afternoon at Maroubra Beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
A group of six dolphins swam straight into a school of fish that dispersed around the onlooking surfers nearby.
A pod of dolphins and a seal chased a school of fish at Maroubra Beach on Sunday
The surfers were highly amused as the dolphins herded the fish around the shallows at the popular beach in Sydney’s east
The pod continued to circle around the fish before a hungry seal joined the chase to share in the feast.
To the amusement of the surfers, the lone seal and his new friends with fins playfully pursued the hundreds of fish through the crashing waves.
Maroubra Beach is known as one of the most popular surfing locations in Sydney and Australia’s second only to the National Surfing Reserve.
Australia’s best and promising surfers recently competed at the eastern Sydney beach for the 2021 Mad Mex Maroubra Pro in late February.
The pod continued to circle around the fish before a hungry seal joined the chase to share in the feast