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Highly recommended. Very interesting nature of the seal island. In the moonlit sanctuary, we had the chance to pat and hug koala and feed kangaroo and wallaby. The nobbies very beautiful. Coached bus driver very informative and friendly. Will do it again!
It was great to be at the Seals Rock for some up close and personal experience. The weather turned out to be good, water was calm, got really close to the seals and see them play around the boat.
The penguin parade is a must do when visiting Victoria. Seeing them coming up the shore from afar, and they slowly walk back to their burrows. Those little penguins are just adorable.
The penguins are so cute, and you get fairly close to them without disturbing them. Shame about the crowds of people. We enjoyed the cruise and seeing the seals.
This tour was hard to find online, probably because it is rare, as the seals are viewed from a boat in Bass Straight (so it is not available in bad weather). It was canceled the day before I was to go, but the operator offered me a variety of options to fill in the day, before seeing the penguins in the evening. I certainly commend their organisation of a myriad interlocking tours, their patience in looking for 'lost' travellers, and their their overall professional yet friendly approach. Don't miss the penguins!
Hok Luen L
We did not see the seals, just a plain boat ride to some islands.