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Phillip Island, the home of the Penguin Parade, guaranteed to make you smile! You will see other wildlife such as Fur Seals, native Australian animals, and fantastic coastal scenery.

Departing From: Federation Square Bus & Coach Pickup Drop-off Zone (Russell Ct, Melbourne VIC 3000)

Trip Duration: 12hrs

Pick up: 12:00 p.m. (noon)

Drop off: 12:00 a.m. (midnight)


-Koala Reserve: Stroll through this eucalypt woodland and come ‘face-to-face’ with koalas in their natural habitat. The Koala Reserve’s unique treetop boardwalks and close viewing areas allow visitors to see how truly amazing koalas are. The Koala Reserve is really unique as visitors get the chance to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat, living as they would in the wild.

-Cape Woolamai: 7.5 km - Walk along the sheer cliff tops of Phillip Island's most southerly point and be rewarded with superb panoramas of the island. Cape Woolamai is the highest point on Phillip Island and is also the largest shearwater rookery (mutton birds). Watch the daring surfers in action down on nearby Woolamai Surf Beach and keep an eye out for the burrows of the short-tailed shearwaters, small migratory birds that fly to Alaska each April.

-Nobbies Centre: Stroll along The Nobbies boardwalk and enjoy spectacular views along Phillip Island’s rugged south coast. See the awesome blowhole, a spectacular sea cave that thunders during big southern swells. Enjoy the sea bird gardens offering spectacular flowering displays in the spring. Silver Gulls nest here and chicks can be seen during spring and early summer. Little Penguins are often seen here resting between seasonal and daily duties.

-Penguin Parade: Experience one of Australia’s most popular attractions. Each night at sunset you’ll be amazed by Little Penguins returning ashore after a day’s fishing. See the world’s smallest penguin in its natural habitat from viewing stands and boardwalks. Enjoy interactive and educational displays in the visitor center and the spectacular coastal scenery from the Penguin Parade. This experience is sure to be the highlight of your visit. As the sun fades in the sky, Little Penguins waddle up the beach to the safety of their homes in the sand dunes. Witness this magical procession – it is a treat never forgotten.


  • Transportation (In Air-conditioned coach)

  • Tour guides

  • Soft drinks and snacks



  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off


What we would advise you to get:

You don’t want to walk around uncomfortable! So, bring walking shoes and proper clothes according to the weather:

  • Sunny, Partly Cloudy? It is strongly advisable to bring a Sunscreen and/or a hat.

  • Windy, Cold? It is suggested to wear some extra layer.

  • Rainy? It is important that having an umbrella, a waterproof jacket, and shoes.

Remember that meals are not included in the tour so we encourage you to bring your own food or buy it in Cowes Town.



  • The tour starts at 12:00 p.m.(noon) but we expect everyone to be there at 11:45 a.m. to depart on time.

  • This time may vary due to weather and road conditions, traffic or other external issues.

  • Kids have to pay full price and under 4 years old must have a car seat.