Just 90 minutes drive from Melbourne, Phillip Island is not only home to the world famous Penguin Parade but also features breathtaking natural beauty and a myriad of visitor attractions.
Phillip Island Nature Park, where each evening the resident ‘Little Penguins’ make their way from the sea to their burrows at Summerland Beach. It is an experience not to be missed!
Phillip Island is also home to a wide range of wildlife. Koalas can easily from the treetop boardwalks at the Koala Conservation Centre. At the western tip of the island is Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest colony of seals. The Cape Woolamai golden sand dunes are the breeding the mutton birds (or short-tailed Shearwaters).
Cape Woolamai is a wonderful spot for a coastal walk, with ocean view and native wildlife, while many of the beaches are popular surfing spots. Historic Churchill Island has a number of interesting walks, an abundance of wildlife and the historic homestead.
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