The Cape Woolamai Cruise is a one hour scenic cruise from the picturesque town of San Remo to the Cape Woolamai nature reserve. See the spectacular cliffs and caves and turquoise blue waters whilst spotting for wildlife such as seals, dolphins and eagles.

Enjoy complimentary morning tea on the comfortable cruise on board the double deck catamaran. Includes wildlife and historical commentary.

Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 16/05/17 - 31/03/19

    Wed/Fri/Sun: 10:45am - 11:45am

Wildlife Coast Cruises is an environmentally accredited business operating around Phillip Island, Seal Rocks, Westernport and Wilson's Promontory.

The flagships are the Kasey Lee and the Brianna Lee (65 foot catamarans), crewed by friendly and professional staff who will look after you along your journey.

Immerse yourself in an amazing wildlife experience, visit Australia's largest fur seal colony. The Seal Watching Cruise is a relaxing and educational two-hour cruise, with commentary from the captain, up-close view of thousands of seals, followed by afternoon tea on your return voyage. Relax as you cruise the sheltered waters of Westernport, along the Mornington Peninsula and French Island.

During the Twilight Cruise you will visit the wreck of an Australian naval submarine and learn about the areas rich maritime history. Sip your favourite drink from the licensed bar, enjoy platters of complimentary finger food served by the crew, and watch the sun set as you cruise back to Cowes.

Wildlife Coast Cruises has many other cruises on offer, including whale and lunch cruises, cruises to Peninsula Markets, and Wilsons Promontory. Wildlife Coast Cruises offers packages for tour groups and will customise private charters for any special events such as birthdays, weddings and corporate groups.

Membership:
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • The Ecotourism Association of Australia
  • Visitor Information Centre
The Esplanade, Jetty Car Park, Cowes, Victoria, 3922

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