Take advantage of the whale season to venture to Phillip Island's wildlife-rich surrounds, with not just whale watching but other wildlife & great scenery! Operating between June and the beginning of August each year, this 4 hour Phillip Island whale watching tour departs from Phillip Island's Rhyll Jetty into the open water aboard a comfortable vessel to explore the wonderful marinescapes that Phillip Island has become famous for. While aboard you'll get the chance to take in the sights of whales as they breach and play, while keeping an eye out for the various other kinds of marine life as you soak in the captain's informative and entertaining commentary on all the local highlights. Enjoy a complimentary morning tea as you're taken to the popular Seal Rocks to see Phillip Island's famously large colony of Fur Seals (averages of over 5000 seals!) and admire the rugged geological beauty of the island's rocky outcroppings along the way. With a tasty lunch also included, you'll have everything you need to see the best of Phillip Island whale watching this season - so for one of the most animal-rich whale watching experiences in Australia, book this cruise online today!
What a wonderful experience
What a wonderful experience! The captain and crew were informative and delivered as expected. The cruise was not overly loaded which is always good for any confined journey. When the whales eventually appeared, the passion and excitement of the crew were so heartwarming.
Hi, we were absolutely thrilled by our experience the crew from wildlife coast Cruises was really amazing and involved in our experience. They were friendly and informative. The food and refreshments were good too. My wife has posted pictures and written about it on her FB account asking friends from overseas to visit us here and enjoy the unique and beautiful Australian wildlife. Cheers!
A wonderful time viewing hundreds of seals at seal rock
A wonderful time viewing hundreds of seals at seal rock. Many swim right up to the boat, plenty of time to get good photos. Albatross sightings and pods of dolphins racing alongside our boat, on our way to find whales. Quite a few humpback whale sightings. The crew gave interesting commentary on whale facts and did their best to get as close as the whale would allow where we were given plenty of time to watch, then continued on to Cape Woolamai to view amazing coastal cliffs. Along the way, cake for morning tea is served, then lunch consisting of very fresh, yummy sandwiches, soup and bread roll with butter, all brought to each passenger. Hot drinks and snacks available too. Rug up and take a motion sickness tablet half an hour before the trip if you are concerned about choppy seas. It worked well for me. Excellent experience. Can't wait to go again.