Phillip Island

Typical Itinerary for a


Pick up from your accommodation on the Peninsula at 1pm – 1.30 pm Depending on your location& time of year as penguins return to beach at sunset). Pick up is also available outside the Mornington Peninsula on request.

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On the way to Phillip Island visit the Moonlit Sanctuary a wildlife conservation park with 10 hectares of bushland where you can meet endangered species, feed kangaroos and wallabies, pet koalas and enjoy encounters with colourful birds, reptiles, dingoes and many other animals. Once arriving on the Island we visit Pannys Amazing World of Chocolate which is a celebration of all things chocolate.

Once you’ve experienced this unique chocolate wonderland it is time to explore Pannys Chocolate café and Pannys Chocolate Shop to experience an extensive selection of chocolatey treats. Time permitting a visit to the Koala Conservation Centre is next where we explore the tree-top boardwalks and see the Koalas up close and in their natural habitat.

Next stop is the Nobbies where we explore the rugged coastline along the cliff top boardwalks and look for the Australian fur seals and migrating whales.

Prior to the Penguins you can visit the souvenir shop and cafe at the Penguin Parade Centre and then, at sunset, get comfortable and ready for the Penguins to return to their burrows. Return to your accommodation between 9pm-11.30pm. (Depending on what time of year)

The above is an example of a tour only which can be customized to include any other attractions on request.