Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, The Nobbies has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Located on a picturesque landscape bordered by the Bass Strait, the Nobbies is just five-minute drive south-west from the Penguin Parade.
The Nobbies Centre is a popular spot for checking out seals lazing around on Seal Rocks and viewing the magnificent landscape of Phillip Island in all its glory.
The Nobbies Centre, Seal Rocks, Cafe & Accommodation, Phillip Island
On your walk, catch a glimpse of the blowhole which is caused by waves smashing into a large sea cave creating a large jet of water soaring into the sky. You will also see thousands of sea birds as they make nests all along the foreshore and catch glimpses of them as they take flight over the sea. You may also catch glimpses of fairy penguins as sleeping in their burrows during the day, or catch them emerging and waddling out to sea.
The Nobbies Centre is also located on site which is an information centre where visitors can learn more about the landscape and natural wildlife that calls Phillip Island home. Check out the many interactive displays and treat yourself to a snack inside the cafe.
The Nobbies is a FREE attraction, so make sure you make the trip down during your stay on Phillip Island. There is plenty of accommodation located on the south-west of the island.