- Be amazed by the beauty of the southernmost point of the Australian mainland
- Look for wildlife in one of Australia’s most beautiful marine national parks
- Travel in the world’s largest custom-built amphibious boats
- See Skull Rock and other incredible islands
- Listen as expert guides shed light on the history of the area
Travel in the world’s first custom-built amphibious boats, designed for cruising waters in comfort and safety. Witness the iconic South Point, the southernmost tip of mainland Australia and cruise into the waters of Bass Strait and Victoria’s first marine national park.
Discover a rugged and raw coast like no other as you explore The Glennies, Anderson Islets, and Anser Island. Marvel at the prehistoric boulders of Mount Oberon, situated behind the white quartz sands of Norman Beach, before uncovering the iconic granite monolith that is Skull Rock.
Sculpted by waves and surrounded by crystal blue waters, Skull Rock’s eerie facade becomes even more mysterious as more skull shapes reveal themselves the closer you get. Search for abundant wildlife including thousands of seals, dolphins, and migrating whales.