Remarkable wildlife snorkelling
Swift eco style rigid inflatable boat
Personalised approach for greater confidence
All equipment including warm wetsuits and snorkelling gear
Completely natural wildlife, no feeding or trained animals
About this activity
What's included, what's not
2-hour snorkelling experience by boat
Warm wetsuits and comfortable snorkelling equipment
Personalised attention in a small group of less than 12
Qualified guides ready to assist with snorkelling tips and techniques
Opportunity to see unique marine life in the natural environment
Safety equipment and pre-tour briefings
Marine Parks use fees
Weightbelts may not be used
Know Before You Book
All Guests must be minimum 8 years of age
All Guests must be minimum 100cm tall
Guests must have beginner swimming skills as a minimum. Snorkel tours do not cater for people with no swimming ability. The Captain retains the right to refuse passage
Guests with back, neck, shoulder or heart conditions, those who are pregnant or who have injuries/conditions that may cause a risk to their health are advised to not do these tours, or do so at their own risk
Sea conditions can be unpredictable at times, this may cause physical injury, psychological stress or motion sickness
Tours are rarely cancelled, the experience provider will reschedule your tour only in the case of severe weather which would make the tour unsafe
What you can expect
Join a remarkable two hour boutique small-group snorkelling tour beside the stunning Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
See dolphins. Swim with seals. Snorkel over magical reef. The tour departs from the pier in Sorrento, original land of the Boonwurrung people, site of the first European Settlement in 1803, and passes beneath the up to 20-million year old unique calcarenite cliffs of the Mornington Peninsula National Park. Beneath the water lay the vast chain of the Great Southern Reef and its unusual yet often majestic marine life.
Extending around Australia’s southern coastline is a series of reefs holding some of the most productive ecosystems on the planet. The Great Southern Reef features extensive kelp seaweed forests that support many marine species that are not found anywhere else on Earth.
Home to a variety of marine life including fur seals, zebra fish, little penguins, bottlenose dolphins, rays, giant cuttlefish, spider crabs, sponges, kelp and seadragons. You’ll be smiling from ear to ear swimming freely with entertaining seals, listen curiously to the grunts and clicks of fish working the reef and be mesmerised by the rich colours you could never have imagined live beneath the surface.
Your friendly crew will guide you as you explore the incredible diversity and magic of our mysterious underwater world.