Phillip Island is just 90 minutes from Melbourne and offers spectacular scenic landscapes and panoramic views. Visitors to Phillip Island can view first hand the world famous little penguins, Australias largest colony of fur seals. The Island is internationally recognised for its events and is home to the Austalian Motor Cycle Grand Prix and World Superbike Championship.
World famous Penguin Parade ~ Experience the magic of the world's smallest penguins as they emerge from the ocean after a day's fishing, waddle across the beach and return to their burrows in the sand dunes. - Make sure you book your ticket early if you intend to visit between December and the end of JanuaryThe Nobbies ~ Walk along the boardwalk to the blowhole and enjoy spectacular views along Phillip Island's rugged south coast. Seal Rocks is home of Australia's largest colony of fur seals (approx 12000 seals). Seals can be viewed from the boardwalk at the Nobbies or up close on board the daily Seal Cruise, which departs Cowes jettyRhyll Inlet ~ This is a truly magnificent pocket of Nature Park. The world has recognised Rhyll Inlet as a significant area for the migratory wading birds who fly thousands of kilometres to feed here. Stroll the mangrove boardwalkPelican Feeding ~ Every day at 11:30am at the NarrowsFishing ~ Experience lake fishing and indoor fishing in the spectacular rainforest pool.Discover the scenic coast of Phillip Island on an eco-cruise to Seal Rocks.Swan Lake ~ Bird-viewing hides around the only permanent freshwater lake on the IslandForrest Caves ~ Once spectacular caves, now large sea-eroded caverns. Best seen at low tide