Phillip Island is located in the southeast of Melbourne, it is a home to an astounding array for wildlife, including Australia’s largest fur seal colony, the little Penguins and cuddly koalas. More than thousands of tourists come here to visit spectacular coastal scenery each year. Enjoying getting close to koalas and kangaroos in their natural habitats before joining the little Penguins at dusk as they emerge from the surf and waddle to their burrows. After sunset, the smallest penguins in the world come ashore after fishing for whole day under the sea. This is a truly memorable natural wildlife experience. You may enjoy the actions of these penguins walking toward to their burrow home without disturbing them by the elevated boardwalks and viewing stand. The Phillip Island Nature Park also offers three up-close ways to witness the Penguin spectacle.
Chocolate Factory: Have fun and get a special experience of making chocolate and tasty products.
Maru Park: Enjoy the opportunity to pat and feed kangaroos, wallabies and a host of farm animals; encounter koalas in their natural habits.
Nobbies Centre: Learn about the Little Penguins and lift on this stunning island.
Penguins Parade: Watch the little Penguins as the battle the surf and making their way to the dune burrows.