Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Pelican Feeding has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Pelicans come to the jetty on the foreshore to be fed at 12pm (noon) daily.
Pelican Feeding San Remo Address & Foreshore Times, Phillip Island
Visitors who come to the pelican feeding will be able to get up close to the pelicans as there are no formal barriers. Kids may even be lucky enough to be given a fish to feed the pelicans themselves. The pelicans are wild and so they roam around the jetty looking for a tasty fish. You may find a pelican coming over to you looking for some lunch! But have no fear, pelicans are harmless.
Many seagulls also flock to the jetty to try and get a free feed, so you will find hundreds of gulls hovering around. There is also a family of giant stingrays that live under the jetty and you may see them pop up to the surface as they search for scraps.
Near to the pelican feeding area, there is a playground and BBQ area where many people stop for lunch. Why not grab some fish and chips and sit by the foreshore and have some lunch whilst you watch your kids play.