If you are lucky, you can see the seals through the telescope, of course I haven't seen anything.
The center of Nobbys Point is very beautiful, with a kind of original ecological beauty, and quite poetic. The scenery is great and cool, it is recommended
View of Nobbys Point, where you can overlook Weston Bert Bay and Bass Strait, as well as Seal Rock. The viewing angle is wide, the wind thief is big, and the waves are big.
We reported a one-day trip to Phillip Island on the Internet. The theme was to see penguins. Nobbies was one of the itineraries, but the beauty was beyond my expectations. On the day we went, the weather was bad and there was still light rain. But the scenery is still very beautiful, if there is the sun, it should be even more beautiful. Walk along the bobbies boardwalk, the more beautiful you go down. The blue water was beating against the rocks, and the thin lawn was covered with colorful lines. If you accidentally see the bunny and the penguin beside the plank road. It should not be far from Melbourne. We got on the bus at 12 o'clock and played a zoo and a chocolate factory. When we arrived here at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, don't miss this place if you are driving.
Nobbys Point is the southernmost point of the Australian mainland and the southernmost point of Phillip Island. We first went to the Antarctic Pavilion in Nobis Division. There were no animals in the pavilion that felt disappointed. Later, I went straight to the observation deck at Nobbys Point. The observation deck is composed of several platforms and many beautiful winding paths. From the observation deck, the scenery is very magnificent, and there are some lovely seals. Although Antarctica is still far away, I feel that it is right in front of me. I also have a strong yearning for Antarctica.
There is no need to waste money to buy tickets for this attraction. The ticket is to visit some indoor picture exhibitions. They are all in English and there is no explanation. The real scenery is outdoors, and no tickets are required.