Magical moment lucky beachgoers swim with a pod of frolicking dolphins at a Sydney beach 


Magical moment lucky beachgoers swim with a pod of frolicking dolphins at a Sydney beach

  • Locals swimming at Coogee beach were visited by a pod of friendly dolphins
  • The pod of dolphins were spotted at the beach at 7.15 on Monday morning
  • Footage taken by Kyle Wilson shows the animals getting up close and personal 

Stunning drone footage has emerged of beachgoers swimming with a pod of dolphins.

Kyle Wilson captured the moment at Sydney’s Coogee Beach on Monday morning and shared the video on social media.

Footage shows the lucky group surrounded by frolicking dolphins – with one coming within metres of the surprised swimmers.    

Stunning drone footage, captured by Kyle Wilson, shows the magical moment swimmers came within metres of a pod of dolphins

Stunning drone footage, captured by Kyle Wilson, shows the magical moment swimmers came within metres of a pod of dolphins

Magical moment lucky beachgoers swim with a pod of frolicking dolphins at a Sydney beach

Magical moment lucky beachgoers swim with a pod of frolicking dolphins at a Sydney beach

Magical moment lucky beachgoers swim with a pod of frolicking dolphins at a Sydney beach

‘Some swimmers got super lucky this morning, just look at how many dolphins there are!’ Kyle said on Facebook. 

Coogee locals responded by saying they had also seen the dolphins, but weren’t able to get in the water fast enough to experience it for themselves. 

‘I had the amazing privilege of seeing them also and they were quite happy approaching some paddleboarders to play and show off,’ one commenter said.

The spectacular sight comes a month after another pod was spotted at nearby Maroubra beach. 

Surfers at the popular beach were treated to the sight of the dolphins chasing a school of fish, along with a seal.  

Locals saw the pod of dolphins from the shore, but could not get in the water in time to share the experience

Locals saw the pod of dolphins from the shore, but could not get in the water in time to share the experience

Locals saw the pod of dolphins from the shore, but could not get in the water in time to share the experience

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