Seal Watching Cruise from Phillip Island

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The Seal Watching Cruise is a scenic coastal boat tour to Seal Rocks, where you will drift among 7000+ Australian Fur Seals. There are seals all year round, from young pups to adult bulls, there is always something exciting to see!

Seal Watching Cruise includes:

  • 2 hour cruise on board our boat the Kasey Lee
  • Hundreds of seals sighted up close
  • Variety of seabirds
  • Regular dolphin sightings
  • Complimentary afternoon or morning tea
  • Educational commentary
  • Historical sights
  • Safety ramp access
  • Warm undercover viewing
  • Visit the Captains Bridge
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Overview

  • The Seal Watching Cruise is a scenic coastal boat tour to Seal Rocks, where you will drift among 7000+ Australian Fur Seals. There are seals all year round, from young pups to adult bulls, there is always something exciting to see!

Inclusions

  • Round-trip boat
  • Round-trip coach
  • Coffee and/or Tea

Exclusions

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Travel Insurance
  • Please Note: For Children under 4 years, please ensure you add an infant ticket to your order.
  • For a full refund, cancel in any event 24 hours ahead of time of the beginning date of the tour.

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FAQ

What time should we get to our cruise?

We ask that you be at the boat ready for boarding 15 minutes prior to departure and please check the departure location carefully.

What should I wear and bring?

Please dress for the weather, keeping in mind it is usually cooler on the water. We recommend bringing your Keep Cup and water bottle as well as your camera.

Is the boat BYO alcohol?

No, BYO is not permitted

Is there a licensed bar on the boat?

Yes, there are drinks available through our licensed bar on board at bar prices.

Will it be rough?

Our Bay Cruises are generally calm. On many of our cruises you may experience some swell and rough sea’s at times as we do cruise in open waters.
Our staff will advise all passengers booked if we have any added concerns about sea conditions at least the day prior. We suggest precautions against motion sickness.

Are there toilets on the boat?

Yes, there are unisex and disabled toilets on board.

Are we allowed to use drones or underwater gopros on poles?

Due to regulations and safety issues we do not allow the use of drones or underwater go pros on poles on public cruises. We may be able to allow this on private charters, with the relevant permits. Please contact us for more information.

Trip Facts

  • Wildlife Coast Cruises
  • Cowes Jetty, Phillip Island, Cowes VIC 3922, Australia
  • Not Available
  • 2h
  • Returns to original departure point