If the only animals your family ever witness are the ones in David Attenborough's documentaries, then it's time to jump off the couch and embark on your own wildlife adventure. Explore nature and spot adorable fur seals with your own eyes!Pay just $69 for two adults (value $160) or $115 for the whole family including two adults and up to three children aged 4-15 years (value $246), and embark on a spectacular two hour cruise to Seal Rocks to get up close and personal with Australia’s largest fur seal colony. There are up to 5000 fur seals at Seal Rocks, an amazing sight to see and a great school holiday activity that the whole family will enjoy!The seals are situated 2kms off the rugged south west coast of Phillip Island and the boat, Kasey Lee, will drift within metres of the shore so you can witness them in their natural environment. It is impossible not to be captivated by these naturally playful and inquisitive animals who regularly approach the boat for a closer look at you! Both young and old will enjoy watching the seals and their pups lazing on the safety of the rocks or playing nearby in the waves.Along the way you’ll be captivated by the beautiful coastline and learn all about the history of Phillip Island’s western shoreline through the educational commentary. Your guide will point out important historic sites, help you spot a variety of seabirds and dolphins, and take you for a visot to Captain's Bridge.Enjoy a complimentary light morning or afternoon tea, relax in the warm undercover viewing area and embark and disembark with ease via the safety ramp. The kids will be kept entertained the whole way home with a great variety of activities.Along with today's Deal, Wildlife Coast Cruises has thrown in two $10 vouchers to put towards any other cruise. Check out the website here for further information!Wildlife Coast Cruises offer a range of cruises for you to experience Phillip Island’s beautiful scenic landscapes, rich history and amazing wildlife. There is no better time than now to take a cruise as whales are migrating back to the Antarctica and have been spotted off the coast of Phillip Island. There are also several thousand fur seals at Seal Rocks who are still as curious and playful as ever. If you are on holiday or just down for the weekend, come and experience this amazing place, a must when visiting Phillip Island.

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