Phillip island penguins and wildlife
Visit Warrook, a working cattle farm in the prosperous Gippsland region. Enjoy the opportunity to pat and feed kangaroos, wallabies and a host of farm animals. Journey along the coastal highway with French Island and Churchill Island in the distance. Cross the bridge at San Remo to enter Phillip Island - natural habitat for koalas, fur seals, Short-tailed shearwater, Little Penguins and more. Encounter koalas in their natural habitat at the Koala Conservation Centre. View the powerful southern coastline with its clean, sandy beaches and rocky shores. Stroll along elevated boardwalks and spot koalas in the trees. Browse through the educational Phillip Island Visitors Information Centre. Enjoy interactive and educational displays in the Visitors Information Centre. Learn about the Little Penguins and life on this stunning island. Take your place in special viewing stands to watch the daily evening ritual. Watch the Little Penguins as they battle the surf and make their way to their dune burrows. Learn of the environmental and conservation methods that are initiated to ensure the remarkable wildlife and vulnerable geology of Phillip Island remains protected. See the Little Penguins up-close as they return to their nests to greet their young families. See the Little Penguin rockeries. Note:Nobbies viewing is seasonal and dependant on daylight hours.