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Phillip Island Wildlife Park

With over 100 species of Australian native animals, the Phillip Island Wildlife Park is a huge nature park set over 60 acres on the picturesque Phillip Island.

This park is popular with visitors to the island because of the close encounters visitors can have with the wildlife living within the park.

Phillip Island Wildlife Park Animal Zoo Opening Hours & Ticket Prices

Come and see kangaroos and wallabies roam freely throughout the park and visitors can even hand feed these animals for the ultimate up close and personal wildlife experience. If you are lucky, you might even spot a kangaroo with a joey in their pouch, so make sure to bring your camera! There are also koalas and dingoes as well as kookaburras, echidnas and Tasmanian devils.

There are also many species of birds living within the park including emu and cassowary. You will also be able to get up close with many nocturnal species including a tawny frogmouth, bats and various owl species. There are also a number of parrots and cockatoos that roam freely around the park.

Located near the Penguin Parade, visiting this park is a great way to spend the day before you head off at sunset to see the fairy penguins come to shore.

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Address
2115 Phillip Island Rd
Cowes, VIC

Operating Hours
Open daily from 10am
Christmas Day: Closed
Last admission and closing times vary depending on time of year

Phone
(03) 5952 2038

Ticket Prices / Admission
Adult: $18
Child (4-14yrs): $9
Family (2Ad + 3Ch): $48

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  • Hi,

    I’d like to ask, is it possible to take a engagement photoshoot at Phillup Island Wildlife Park? How much should I pay?
    I won’t use any big gowns or something, just something casual. I come from Indonesia and would like to take engagement pictures with kangaroos or koalas, etc.
    Waiting for your response. thank you

    • Hi Voni,

      You will need to contact the attraction directly to see if you need to pay anything other than the standard admission fee.

      Unfortunately, I cannot find an email address for them, so you will have to call: (03) 5952 2038.

      Best regards,
      Jess

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