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Seal Watching

With an extensive coastline and a tropical climate, Phillip Island boasts a perfect tranquil setting all throughout the year. This is one of the reasons that the island is home to a number of wildlife and birds.

At Seal Rocks in Phillip Island, there is one of the largest populations of Australian fur seals. So if you are on a holiday to Phillip Island, then make sure you take a cruise to view thousands of these amazing animals at Seal Rocks.

Phillip Island Seal Watching & Seal Rocks Cruise Tours

Most tours commence their journey from Cowes Jetty located at the northern part of the island. Once all passengers are aboard, your cruise will travel around the island to Seal Rocks, which is located on the south-western tip of Phillip Island.

There is so much in store for you on your 2 hour cruise where you will see over 5000 fur Seals swimming in the water and lazing on the beach and surrounding rocks. View the rugged coastline and get up close to these magnificent creatures who live in one of the largest colonies of fur seals in Australia.

Your view from the boat will give you some outstanding photo opportunities or for those who want to relax, simply sit back in a comfortable seat as you drift down the coast and enjoy the scenery. Make sure you keep your eyes peeled for the many other animals who live around this area including dolphins, penguins and a huge number of sea birds.

Most tours offer complimentary morning or afternoon tea and some tours offer transport to and from Melbourne. Check the individual tours for details.

Make sure you bring a hat and sunscreen for the summer and warm clothing for the winter as these tours run all throughout the year. Click on our link below for the best Seal Watching deals.

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