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Phillip Island Seal Watching Cruise

  • Duration: 2h
  • Live guide in English
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Cape Woolamai Cruise from Phillip Island

  • Duration: 1h
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About: Wildlife Coast Cruises

If you want to explore stunning coastal scenery close to Melbourne, then Wildlife Coast Cruises has what you're looking for.

Step aboard one of their ships and sail around Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory. Take your pick of tours that will let you see everything from seals and whales, to once-in-a-lifetime sunsets.

Wildlife Coast Cruises
11 The Esplanade, Cowes, VIC 3922, Phillip Island
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Phillip Island Nature Parks is a wildlife conservation area located on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. Opened in 1996, the park is owned by the Victorian State Government, however, it's a self-funding commercial attraction for the purpose of animal conservation and research. The park's Penguin Parade section is the only commercial venue in Victoria where you can see penguins in their natural environment.
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Seven long courses, two short courses, six vertical challenges, and 23 flying foxes! You’ll find all this situated in Trees Adventure: Glen Harrow Park. When you’re taking a break from sweaty palms and a fluttering stomach, keep an eye out for the park’s rare trees, like a 150-year-old Algerian Oak, a 60-metre-tall Sequoia, and the only Japanese oaks in Victoria.
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