Home to the world-celebrated Penguin Parade and other mainstream natural life attractions – all solitary an hour and a half from Melbourne.
The Penguin Parade incorporates various visit alternatives for any taste and spending plan – from independently directed general review and the elite Penguins Plus and Underground Viewing, to an assortment of officer guided visits.
Take a virtual visit to the world’s most extraordinary landmass at the new Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies Center. Appreciate the hands-on family fun of the intuitive exercises, and inundate yourself in the dynamite mixed media fascination. The expanded reality innovation will give you a chance to pat a penguin or stroke a seal, in a ‘virtual’ encounter.
Appreciate a quick and fun pontoon ride on the Wild Ocean EcoBoat Tour to Australia’s biggest hide seal state. Take the hour and a half Adventure visit to get up near the seals and witness their perky shenanigans at Seal Rocks, against the scenery of the tough precipices of Phillip Island’s south-west coast.
Get up near one of Australia’s most cherished creatures at the Koala Reserve and adventure back so as to explore the legacy and peaceful landscape of Churchill Island.
Where can I watch penguins in Phillip Island?
- At Summerland Beach, the main penguin viewing area has tiered seating and offers a 180-degree elevated view of the Little Penguins on parade.
Where can I see koalas on Phillip Island?
- You can see koalas up close in their natural habitat at Phillip Island’s Koala Conservation Reserve.
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