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The Scottish Dolphin Centre lies half way between Inverness and Aberdeen. Turn off the A96 onto the B9104, between Mosstodloch and Fochabers, following the brown tourism sign for the Scottish Dolphin Centre. Follow the road until the end and take the right hand fork to the centre car park.
Please consider donating £2 to park your car at the Centre. Your money will contribute directly to the maintenance of the car park, the running of the WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre and WDC’s work to protect dolphins in Scotland. Unfortunately there is not space at the Centre to park cars, motorhomes or trailers overnight.
Do you have EV charging points?
Yes, we have two EV charging points beside the Centre building that visitors are welcome to use.
Can I walk or cycle to the Centre?
We have a basic bike rack at the Centre which any visitor is welcome to use.
Can I visit the Centre by public transport?
It is possible to get to the Scottish Dolphin Centre by public transport.
The nearest train stations are in Elgin and Keith, both approximately 13 miles away. Train timetables are available from ScotRail.
Moray Council run an on-demand bus service that can be booked in advance to Spey Bay, for more information call 0300 123 4565 or download the m.connect app to plan and book your journey. The app allows you to book travel up to 2 weeks in advance and up to 1 hour before you travel.
A bus service also operates from Elgin to Garmouth and the Centre is a pleasant 1½ mile walk away through the Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve via the Moray Coast Trail and the Speyside Way.
Timetables for all buses from Elgin and Keith can be found at www.moray.gov.uk.