Wilsons Promontory Wilderness Cruise

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Highlights & inclusions

Be amazed by the beauty of the southernmost point of the Australian mainland
Look for wildlife in one of Australia's most beautiful marine national parks
Travel in the world's largest custom-built amphibious boats
See Skull Rock and other incredible islands
Listen as expert guides shed light on the history of the area

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Fri, Apr 19, 2024

What you can expect

Welcome to a sensory journey through Wilsons Promontory. Our cruise provides a window to the wonders of this marine paradise, where nature unfolds in its most pristine form. Cruise along the rugged coast, captivated by the sights. Witness historic South Point and journey into Bass Strait, revealing the mysteries of Victoria's marine national park. Visit The Glennies, Anderson Islets, and Anser Island. The monumental boulders of Mount Oberon and Norman Beach's white quartz sands are mesmerizing. Skull Rock, surrounded by blue waters, reveals hidden shapes as you approach. The sounds of Wilsons Promontory are equally captivating. Hear the calls of Australian Fur Seals, the White-Bellied Sea Eagle, and the splash of dolphins and whales. These sounds form the backdrop of your adventure, making it truly immersive. This tour celebrates nature in its purest form. From landscapes to wildlife, every aspect of Wilsons Promontory creates a tapestry of unforgettable experiences. It's a journey showing nature's beauty and letting you hear its heartbeat.

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What you need to know

Inclusions
  • 2.5 hour cruise
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket
  • Marine park fees
  • Knowledgable tour guide
Exclusions
  • Food & drinks
  • Gratuities
Highlights
  • Magnificent cruise around the Wilsons Promontory National Park
  • See Skull Rock and the southernmost tip of mainland Australia
  • Search for seals, dolphins, migrating whales and sea birds
Time
  • Departure time:
  • 11am Cruise (all year) - Check in by 10.30am, Cruise 11am to 1.30pm
  • 2pm Cruise (1 November to 30 April) - Check in by 1.30pm, Cruise 2pm to 4.30pm
Duration
  • This experience is 2.5 hours in duration
  • Please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure
Departure Location
  • Cruises depart from the Wilsons Promontory Cruises Booking Centre at Tidal River, VIC.
Additional Information
  • If you are unwell on the day of the tour please contact us to cancel your booking
  • There are no cancellation fees if you need to cancel your booking for a COVID-related reason
  • Please dress warmly, in layers, including beanies, gloves and scarves
Cancellation Policy
  • 100% cancellation fee applies for tours cancelled within 48 hours of departure. Changes to your booking, including change of date can be made up to 48 before departure free of charge providing availability. No changes can be made within 48 hours of departure. Within 48 hours you can transfer your booking to another person, we must be advised of the name change and contact details along with any dietary requirements. The provider will not be held responsible for passengers failing to familiarise themselves with the booking terms and conditions
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • Vouchers can also be presented on your mobile device for this attraction
  • Availability was accurate at the time of booking however, is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
  • We strongly suggest reconfirming your booking with the tour operator within 24 hours of making your booking and prior to making other travel arrangements

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Sustainability

Our Promise

  • We are committed to sustainability
  • We have an approved Science Based Target
  • We use third party verified standards
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$155.00AUD
or 4 x $38.75 with more info
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