Top Choice Wildlife Reserve in Phillip Island

Penguin Parade

The Penguin Parade attracts more than half-a-million visitors annually to see the little penguins (Eudyptula minor), the world’s smallest, and probably cutest of their kind. The penguin complex includes concrete amp…
Top Choice Wildlife Watching in Phillip Island

Seal Rocks & the Nobbies

The Nobbies are a couple of large, craggy, offshore rocks at the island’s southwestern tip. Beyond them are Seal Rocks, which are inhabited by Australia’s largest fur-seal colony. The Nobbies Centre offers great vie…
Zoo in Phillip Island

Koala Conservation Centre

From the boardwalks at the Koala Conservation Centre you’re certain to see koalas chewing on eucalyptus leaves or dozing away – they sleep about 20 hours a day!
Farm in Phillip Island

Churchill Island

Churchill Island, connected to Phillip Island by a bridge near Newhaven, is a working farm where Victoria’s first crops were planted. There’s a historic homestead and garden here, and pleasant walking tracks looping…
Wildlife Reserve in Phillip Island

Nobbies Centre

The Nobbies Centre is a sort of gigantic cafe and souvenir shop with an interpretive centre tacked on, but there are some great interactive panels and games. You can only see the 10,000 to 20,000 Australian fur seal…
Amusement Park in Phillip Island

A Maze'N Things

With a maze, crazy illusion rooms, minigolf, a puzzle island and lots of activities, this whacky fun park is great for kids, but gets the adults in too.
Chocolate Factory in Phillip Island

Phillip Island Chocolate Factory

Like Willy Wonka’s, Panny’s place has a few surprises. As well as free samples of handmade Belgian-style chocolate, there’s a walk-through tour of the chocolate-making process, including a remarkable gallery of choc…
Museum in Phillip Island

History of Motorsport Museum

Recently renovated museum dedicated to motorpsorts.