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Updated: 4.30pm - 19/01/2020
Phillip Island Seal Cruise

Daily -Departs Cowes Jetty
Monday 20th January - CANCELLED
Tuesday 21st January -2.00pm & 4:30pm

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Daily - San Remo Jetty
Tuesday 21st January
10.45am

renee de bondt Twilight Bay Cruise

7.30pm - Departs Cowes Jetty
Tuesday 21st January

Wilsons Prom Cruise

9.30 am Departs
Port Welshpool Jetty

Tuesday 21st January

Market Cruise

1st February 2020
Departs Cowes Jetty
Saturday 1st February
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Wilsons Prom Cruise

9 hours – Wilsons Prom – Departs Port Welshpool Jetty

Come on an incredible adventure with Wildlife Coast Cruises, visiting one of the most beautiful, natural areas in the world.

An experience of a lifetime, visiting untouched islands, rugged coastlines, amazing rock formations and spectacular wildlife in areas that most people wouldn’t dream exist.

Stop over at the pristine Refuge Cove where you can have a swim in the turquoise waters or go ashore exploring this remote cove.

Nine hours of fully catered, luxury cruising with breathtaking scenery of Wilsons Prom as you have never seen it before!

Includes

  • Morning and afternoon tea
  • Delicious lunch
  • Stop at Refuge Cove to walk and swim
  • Cruise around the Prom lighthouse
  • Cruise up and under Skull Rock
  • Visit Kanowna Island seal colony
  • Regular sea bird and dolphin sightings
  • Departs from Port Welshpool

Departure Location

Port Welshpool Jetty
93 Lewis Street, Port Welshpool VIC
Getting to Port Welshpool

Please see the  accommodation options we recommend in the Prom region.

Adult:
$260
Concession:
$234
Child (ages 4-15):
$182
Group 5+:
$213.20 pp
Group 20-60:
$208.00 pp
Mid Jan to mid April
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Mid Nov to mid Dec
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Departs Port Welshpool jetty
9:30am
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Skull Rock

Skull Rock, Wilsons Prom

Cleft Island also fondly known as Skull Rock is one of Wilsons Promontory’s hidden secrets, inaccessible by land and located off the south eastern tip of the Wilsons Promontory.

This monolithic island is sight to be behold with a rocky cavern towering 60m high and 130m wide, you can feel its towering presence as the boat drifts below magnificent landmark.

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Discover Refuge Cove

Refuge Cove offers an area of unspoilt beauty, this secluded cove is only accessible by hiking and it surrounded by dense forest.

After we have anchored in the cove you can snorkel/swim in the turquoise waters, or even take walk up the top of the hill for impressive views alternatively lay back and relax white on the pristine beach taking in the surrounds.

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