Seal Rocks at Phillip Island host a huge rookery of fur seals that relax in the sun. It is one of the largest fur seal colonies in Australia, where more than 16,000 mammals usually live.
From October to December runs the breeding season and you can see large fur seals who bask in the sun, bathe in the waters, and feed their cubs. In addition, you can cruise along the coast by boat, where the fur seals swim closer. These curious animals drift near your boat and gladly swim to people.