Phillip Island Nature Park
Phillip Island, vic
Phillip Island VIC 3922
Each night at sunset experience the smallest penguins in the world as they march up the beach in this amazing ancient ritual. The nightly Penguin Parade allows visitors the chance to see this spectacular natural phenomenon from many different ways: Penguins Plus, Ultimate Adventure Tour, Penguin Research Tour, Guided Ranger Tour or the VIP tour- choose what suits you!
At the Nobbies Centre visitors can explore and discover the southern marine environment and see the world's largest colony of Australian Fur seals using interactive seal cameras.
Stroll through the Australian bush and come "face-to-face" with koalas in their natural habitat at the Koala Conservation Centre. Tree top boardwalks and close viewing areas, allow visitors to experience these unique Australian animals in their natural habitat.
Step back in time on beautiful Churchill Island where history and tranquillity greet you. Wander through the national heritage homestead, cottage gardens, see the farm animals, daily farming activities between 2pm - 3.30pm and take in the views from the Visitor Centre and Licensed Cafe.
Phillip Island is also home to some of Victoria's most spectacular costal scenery, miles of spectacular walks, secluded beaches, internationally renowned wetlands and world class beaches that visitors can discover at their own pace.
The new EcoBoat Adventures operates ranger guided tours daily to the local Australian fur seal colony & base of Summerlands Peninsula's cliffs. The boat includes underwater cameras & high speed cruising through Cat Bay.
Victoria's Wildlife Island, Phillip Island; An easy 90 minutes drive from Melbourne, Phillip Island Nature Park is home Australia's most popular natural wildlife attraction, the Penguin Parade as well as an abundance of ecotourism attractions including the Koala Conservation Centre, Churchill Island Heritage Farm, the Nobbies Centre and much more!
Please note Penguins Plus is currently closed for renovation & will re-open mid-Nov 2015