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Watch Australia's largest fur seal colony play at Seal Rocks and see the hidden pirates cave at the base of the Nobbies
Over a quarter (or 25,000!) of Australia's fur seals reside on Seal Rocks, a rocky outcrop on the western end of Phillip Island. On this eco boat tour, your quiet boat will skim across the water to reach this colony, which on any given day will have up to 8,000 seals playing in the water! This is truly a rare sight of wildlife living in their natural habitat, and an exciting experience for all nature lovers. After the seal viewing, your captain will take you to the "pirates cave" which is hidden at the base of Nobbies Rock formation and only visible from the water. Here you can also see the jagged cliff over hang and the coastal boardwalk. Before heading back in time for the penguin parade you'll have time to check out the Cat Bay National Surfing Reserve!
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