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Located just 90 minutes from Melbourne is Phillip Island, one of Victoria’s most beautiful natural wildlife reserves.

During your stay on Phillip Island, visitors will have ample opportunity to view some of Australia’s most famous animal attractions; including koalas, kangaroos and the beloved fairy penguins.

Phillip Island Attractions, Things to Do & What to See, Tickets & Passes


There are so many attractions, things to see and do on Phillip Island that you will need a few days to see them all.

Start with a visit to the Koala Conservation Centre – a large nature park which houses an array of koalas, kangaroos, echidnas and bats. This park is unique; unlike a zoo, the Koala Conservation Centre allows visitors get the chance to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.

Located right next to the popular Koala Conservation Centre on Phillip Island, A Maze’N Things is conveniently located and sure to keep your kids entertained for hours. Spend a few hours here and get lost in the challenging maze or play a game of minigolf with family and friends. For the more adventurous, try the challenging SkyTrail ropes course which is suitable for adults and kids alike.

Located on a picturesque landscape bordered by the Bass Strait, the Nobbies located on the south-west corner of Phillip Island. The Nobbies is a popular spot to see seals lazing around on Seal Rocks and viewing the magnificent landscape of Phillip Island in all its glory.

In the evening, head to the famous Penguin Parade which is located nearby. Here, visitors to the island will be able to see hundreds of tiny penguins as they emerge from the sea and waddle up to their nesting boxes in search of food and shelter. The Penguin Parade is a completely natural occurrence and the Phillip Island nature park has established viewing platforms and boardwalks so that visitors can watch this amazing spectacle without disturbing the penguins.

If you have time, head out to Churchill Island, the Chocolate Factory and the many nature parks located on the island.

There are so many things to see and do on Phillip Island, one trip just won’t be enough. Buy your tickets and passes online before you get there – save money and skip the lines!

Swan Lake Trail

Swan Lake Trail

Ventnor, VIC

Swan Lake Trail is an ideal family stroll that takes just 20 minutes per way, and its easy, well-established paths make it perfect for a relaxing day out with kids. The trail itself will take you to several scenic...

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Punchbowl

Punchbowl

San Remo, VIC

The Punchbowl just off Phillip Island in San Remo and Kilcunda is a unique natural attraction. This steep amphitheatre was naturally formed into magnificent bluffs, and on the eastern side is a small beach that is...

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Swan Bay

Churchill Island Marine National Park

Surf Beach, VIC

Located between Rhyll and Surf Beach on the eastern shores of Phillip Island, Swan Bay and the Churchill Island Marine National Park extends to the north point of Churchill Island and along the island’s western...

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Point Grant

Point Grant

Summerlands, VIC

Point Grant, located along the western portion of Phillip Island, is home to many of the island’s most popular attractions. Also known as the Nobbies, the island attracts many visitors; particularly those who want...

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Blow Hole

Blow Hole

Summerlands, VIC

The Blow Hole is a popular tourist attraction at The Nobbies in Phillip Island. It is essentially a large sea cave that during big southern swells, creates a huge water spray from the cave entrance. If you are in the...

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Bunurong Environment Centre

Bunurong Environment Centre

Inverloch, VIC

The Bunurong Environment Centre is home to the South Gippsland Conservation Society’s Gift and Book Shop, as well as a fascinating dinosaur display, a shell museum, and education centre. A great place to visit for...

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Conservation Hill Reserve

Conservation Hill Reserve

Rhyll, VIC

Conservation Hill Reserve is a habitat where migratory and resident birds can take shelter. It features mudflats and mangroves, all of which play an important ecological role in protecting bird species. Conservation...

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Cowes Shopping Centre

Cowes Shopping Centre

Cowes, VIC

Cowes Shopping Centre is the primary shopping area located in the heart of town. It is home to 14 specialty shops as well as a Woolworths, so you can be sure that it has everything you need. Cowes Shopping Centre...

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Eagles Nest

Eagles Nest

Inverloch, VIC

Eagles Nest is a natural attraction found along the Bunurong Coastal Drive between Cape Paterson and Inverloch. This unusual rock is visible from afar and is one of the most photographed sights in the area. Eagles Nest...

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Grossard Point

Grossard Point

Ventnor, VIC

Grossard Point is a historic site located on the end of Ventnor bay. It’s famous for being the site of Captain Grossard’s grave following his unfortunate death in 1868. Captain Grossard had a dying wish to...

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Phillip Island Coastal Reserve

Phillip Island Coastal Reserve

Newhaven, VIC

Phillip Island Coastal Reserve is one of the best attractions in Phillip Island. Recommended for relaxing getaways and leisurely beach walks, there are many things to do for outdoor lovers. Phillip Island Coastal...

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Storm Bay

Storm Bay

Ventnor, VIC

Storm Bay in Phillip Island is a small platform beach, 100 meters in length. Located just 500 meters west of the car park at Pyramid Rock, this beach is popular among rock fishers and advanced surfers. Storm Bay...

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