10 August 2014

Swim with wild dolphins and seals

Experience the underwater world during a snorkeling session and swim with wild dolphins and seals.



Dolphin and seal swim




6.30 am - 4 pm


Port Phillip’s Bay, Queenscliff



Further details

You will be picked up from RMIT and then drive to Queenscliff where the tour starts with a snorkel at Popes Eye (part of the Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park). Its shallow and protected waters are teeming with colourful fish and marine life making it the ideal place to brush up on our snorkelling skills. With your new found skills and a heightened sense of adventure we then head off to Chinaman’s Hat, a local haul-out site that is a temporary home to 30-40 young Australian Fur Seals waiting to share their water world with us.

Just when you think Port Phillip Bay couldn't get better, we set off in search for the dolphins and usually find them not to far away. Swimming with dolphins is controlled by strict legislation and our patient instructors will ensure that both snorkelers and dolphins benefit from the experience.

How to book

This tour is open to RMIT students only. You will need to present your current RMIT student card on the tour otherwise your tour will be forfeited and no refund will be provided.

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This service is supported by your Student Services and Amenities Fee and presented by RMIT Link Sports & Recreation.

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