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Phillip Island Nature Park

Benefit: 3 Parks Pass
Regular Price: Adult USD 34.62; ChildUSD 17.23
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Attraction Highlights

  • Visit the three parks of Phillip Islands
  • See penguins, koalas, seals and wallabies
  • Only 90 minutes from Melbourne
  • Learn about the conservation of Australia's wildlife
  • Perfect outting for the whole family
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Benefit:

3 Parks Pass

Regular Price: Adult USD 34.62; Child USD 17.23
Address Phillip Island Nature Park, Phillip Island
Phone (03) 5951 2800
Email: N/A
Work Hours Daily 10:00am until two hours after sunset
Closed Days N/A
Website http://www.penguins.org.au

What to expect

Take a trip to Victoria's wildlife island and make a return to nature only 90 minutes from Melbourne's CBD. With the Phillip Island Nature Parks with a 3 Parks Pass, you will be able to see penguins, koalas, seals and wallabies in their natural habitat.

Things to look out for

The Phillip Island Nature Parks with a 3 Parks Pass includes entry to:

Penguin Parade: Experience the magic of little penguins returning home at sunset to one of the largest penguin colonies in Australia. We recommend warm clothing for this must-see event.
Koala Conservation Centre: Come ‘face to face’ with koalas in their natural habitat. Explore the treetop boardwalks and stroll through the woodlands, home to many animals including wallabies, echidnas, bats and birds.
Churchill Island Heritage Farm: Journey back in time and explore the heritage and tranquil scenery. Wander the old homestead and experience daily heritage farming activities including cow milking, sheep shearing and working dogs demonstrations.

Helpful Tips

Make sure you don't forget your camera! You will also want to bring comfortable, walking shoes and weather appropriate clothes for this special day out.
Address Phillip Island Nature Park, Phillip Island
Phone (03) 5951 2800
Work Hours Daily 10:00am until two hours after sunset
Closed Days N/A
Website http://www.penguins.org.au