Phillip Island Penguin Parade
Experience Australian wildlife at Phillip Island, as we visit multiple areas including the Maru Koala Park, Churchill Island, Cowes which is home to the Penguine Parade, as well as Seal Rock and the Nobbies. You will see wild life such as Kangaroos, Koalas, Seals and Penguins! This is a long day tour, and in the summer seasons commences an hour later at approximately 11.30am pickup, and ends at approximately 10.30pm drop off at night.
Adult Ticket: $115 per Adult
Child Ticket: $80 per Child
Distance Covered: 360 Kilometers (KM)
Pickup Time: 10:30:00
Drop-Off Time: 23:00:00
Morning Tea Provided?
We will pick you up from your hotel within 10KM of the CBD of Melbourne
Pat a koala, hand feed an albino kangaroo, walk with the dingoes, talk to the parrots, meet a golden possum and get wrapped up in a python snake. These are some of the opportunites that you will have at the Maru Koala and Animal Park. This location offers you one of the most unique and interactive wildlife experiences.
In Churchill Island, you can enjoy a sheep shaving show, working dog show, blacksmith show and more. Lovely lavender gardens during summer time is for you to take good photos.
Panny’s Amazing World of Chocolate is a series of experiences, each experience telling a difference story of the origins of chocolate. Optional: Visitors can embark on a self guided exploration of the wonders that come from the humble cocoa bean.
This area offers spectacular coastal viewing from the boardwalks and lookout points set amongst natural sea bird gardens. Located one and a half kilometres offshore from The Nobbies are Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest Australian Fur Seal colony.
Cowes is the biggest township in Philip Island, where you can walk along the main street visiting many local shops and local cafe's. This also presents for an opportunity for a relaxing walk on the beach.
Penguin Parade is the time of every day that presents visitors with a twilight wonderful natural landscape. Watch penguins from the viewing platform, penguins walk through the small sandy beach, dunes and then back in the nest. This offers visitors to experience the little penguin going home from the ocean.
We will drop you off at your hotel within 10KM of the CBD of Melbourne