Phillip Island

Phillip Island Road,
Phillip Island.
Victoria.
This tourist attraction is on the southeast side of Melbourne and would probably be about 2 hours journey by road out of Melbourne. There are heaps of things to see, do and experience and some of the best are mentioned below -

Penguin Parade & the Nobbies,
Phillip Island Tourist road, Phillip Island.
Victoria. Ph: (03) 5951 2800
This is located at the end of the Phillip Island road. It is a sanctuary for penguins, where you can see the penguins parade at dusk, the Australian Fur Seal and also where the boardwalks wind up and down the embankment giving the visitor an insight to the penguin colonies and vast stunning views over the blue-green ocean is breathtaking and the Nobbies which are two massive rock stacks which can be viewed from here.

Opening hours:All attractions open from 10am to sunset. Nobbies center opens from 11am.

Entry: Check availability & Book your tickets now. As Tours are more convenient and popular they are mentioned here, however if you are traveling using you own vehicle, that's fine too.


Phillip Island Little Penguins Parade Evening Tour Phillip Island Little Penguins Parade Evening Tour

Take a Phillip Island evening tour from Melbourne and see the heartwarming phenomenon of these little penguins as they emerge ...



Phillip Island Penguin Small Group Eco Tour from Melbourne Phillip Island Penguin Small Group Eco Tour from Melbourne

See all the world class attractions of Phillip Island in one day on this small group eco tour from Melbourne. Indulge yourself with wine ...


How to get there: If you're booking your trip from the tours mentioned above, your trip to & from Phillip Island is included in the booking.
If you are traveling by yourself in your own vehicle, take the Monash Freeway (M1) from Melbourne and then on South Gippsland Highway (M420) on to Bass Highway (A420) and keep following the signs to San Remo, then over the bridge to Phillip Island Tourist road.



Koala Conservation Centre,
Phillip Island Tourist road, Phillip Island.
Victoria. Ph: (03) 5951 2800
If you ever wanted to see the Australian Koalas in their natural habitat, this is the place to visit; the kids would really have a fun time watching the sleepy koalas. Located between Newhaven & Cowes.

Opening hours: Open everyday from 10am and from 2pm on Christmas day.

Entry: Check availability & Book your tickets now.

 Phillip Island: Penguins, Koalas and Kangaroos Day Tour from Melbourne
Phillip Island: Penguins, Koalas and Kangaroos Day Tour from Melbourne

See penguins, koalas and kangaroos on a day trip to Phillip Island, Melbourne's wildlife wonderland and holiday island. Visit a wildlife park ...


How to get there: If you're booking your trip from the tours mentioned above, your trip to & from Phillip Island is included in the booking.
From Melbourne take the Monash Freeway (M1) and then on South Gippsland Highway (M420) on to Bass Highway (A420) and keep following the signs to San Remo, then over the bridge to Phillip Island Tourist road.



Phillip Island Nature Park and Wildlife Seals Cruise Phillip Island Nature Park and Wildlife Seals Cruise

Phillip Island Nature Park is close to Melbourne yet abounding with wildlife. The Little Penguins coming home for ...



2-Day Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory Tour from Melbourne 2-Day Phillip Island and Wilson's Promontory Tour from Melbourne

Discover the natural beauty of Phillip Island and Wilson's Promontory National Park on this two-day small-group tour from Melbourne. Get back to ...



Tours may not include this in the package, however if you do get a chance you must visit this place

A Maze’N Things,
1805 Phillip Island Road, Cowes.
Victoria. Ph: (03) 59522283
This place is amazing with intriguing mazes, puzzles, optical illusion and the tallest ever slide that I've seen with a straight drop down!! Apparently you can have your picture taken while coming down this slide. This is a great place & not to be missed if you are doing a Phillip Island tour. The kids will absolutely enjoy this place and adults will find it quite challenging. There's a restaurant and a gift shop on site with intriguing and amazing things to buy, a must see for Kids & Adults.

Opening hours: 9am to 6pm 7days a week

Entry: Various costs depending on the things you want to do. Check availability & Book your tickets now.

How to get there: From Melbourne take the Monash Freeway (M1) and then on South Gippsland Highway (M420) on to Bass Highway (A420) and keep following the signs to San Remo, then over the bridge to Phillip Island Tourist road.


Some other places of interest around this area are -
  • Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit - Ph: (03) 5952 9400;
  • National Vietnam Veterans Museum - Ph: (03) 5956 6400;
  • Phillip Island Chocolate factory - Ph: (03) 5956 6600;
  • Wildlife Coast Cruises - Ph: 1300 763 739;
  • Phillip Island Fun Shed - Ph: (03) 5952 5152