Phillip Island Eco Tour :: Experience the world famous penguin parade!

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Adult price: A$139.00

Concession price: A$139.00


Our Phillip Island Eco Tour highlights the best of Victoria’s nature and wildlife. From hand feeding kangaroos and wallabies, seeing wild koalas, observing sheep dogs in action + sheep shearing, then the gran finale of watching hundreds of little penguins make their way across the beach and return to their sand dune burrows. All this with the backdrop of stunning scenery and beautiful sunsets makes for a unique and memorable day out.

 


 

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Highlights

  • The Penguin Parade
    This is one of the most amazing wildlife experiences in Australia. Watch as colonies of the worlds tiniest penguins waddle ashore at sunset. Special environmental viewing points make the experience penguin friendly.
    More about: The Penguin Parade
  • Fur Seals
    From The Nobbies Boardwalk see the largest colony of fur seals in Australia live and breed on Phillip Island at Seal Rocks. Last century they were on the brink of extinction. Celebrate their remarkable recovery while watching them in their natural habitat.
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  • Moonlit Sanctuary

    Animals are protected by a 1.2 km by 2 m electrified predator proof fence. Over 200 animals of some 30 species make the sanctuary home. These include the Aussie icons, kangaroos and koalas, as well as many other species such as owls, dingoes, reptiles, birds, wallabies and possums. This is also where we stop for lunch, delicious cut sandwiches
    More about: Moonlit Sanctuary

  • Koala Encounter

    Dedicated to koala research, conservation and education, the new centre connects with elevated boardwalks allowing visitors to stroll amongst the gumtrees and come face-to-face with some of the centres 40 or so koalas roaming within their natural habitat.
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  • Churchill Island
    Experience a piece of Victoria’s heritage on this historic island, where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll through the fragrant cottage gardens and lawns. Watch sheep shearing and working dogs in action!
    More about: Churchill Island
  • Woolamai Beach
    Check out the giant surf at Woolamai Beach and get lost in time while enjoying an amazing coastal walk.
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  • Golden sunsets
    While watching the penguins coming in from the sea after a day's fishing, take a moment to enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Price includes...

  • Visit to Phillip Island More...
  • Entry to Penguin Parade More...
  • Visit to The Nobbies More...
  • Entry to Moonlit Sanctuary More...
  • Entry to Koala Conservation Centre More...
  • Entry to Churchill Island Heritage Farm More...
  • Visit to Woolamai Beach More...
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  • Friendly and helpful driver/tour guide More...
  • Comfortable, modern transport More...
  • Informative commentary and world music More...

 
Make sure you bring:   Booking confirmation - printed or on screen
Water bottle
Camera
Spending money
Comfortable walking shoes
Warm/wet weather clothing
Sun protection
Beach gear / swim wear
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Pick-up Points: St Pauls Cathedral @ 9.45am (PI)
570 Flinders St @ 9.55am (PI)
Base Hostel St Kilda @ 9.30am (PI)
YHA Melbourne Metro @ 9.50am (PI)
Nomads Industry @ 9.40am (PI)
Departs:Melbourne
Returns:Melbourne bewteen 10pm - midnight depending on season
Duration:1 day

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