Keen to spot some of Australia’s native wildlife? Phillip Island and Bass Coast region are home to some of Australia’s most unique native wildlife including the little blue penguin and Australia's largest fur seal colony. Koalas, kangaroos and wombats can all be spotted in the wild or experience them up close at one of our animal parks.
Enjoy penguins, koalas and Churchill Island Heritage Farm for one discounted price when you purchase a 3 park pass!
Phillip Island Experience “PIE” is a fantastic way to visit a number of attractions and tours with exclusive discounts and bonus offers. 7 great attractions, 4 ways to save.
Take a virtual journey into the wonderful world of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica at the Nobbies Centre.
Churchill Island Heritage Farm offers a range of daily farming activities and walks around the island close to internationally recognised wetlands.
Enjoy one of our thrilling high speed boat tours to see Phillip Island's spectacular coastline and amazing wildlife.
Explore the tree-top boardwalks at the Koala Conservation Centre and see koalas up close and in their natural habitat.
At Maru we aim to give visitors the opportunity to really interact with the animals, including koalas, kangaroos and wallabies, dingoes, emus, parrots, wombats, stock animals and more.
Moonlit Sanctuary is only 50 minutes south-east of central Melbourne, at the top of the Mornington Peninsula, and on the way to the Penguins on Phillip Island.
Overlooking Bass Strait, the Nobbies Centre is the home of the Antarctic Journey, along with spectacular clifftop boardwalks and views to the Nobbies and Seal Rocks.
The daily pelican feeding is popular with families and tourists visiting the region.
Experience the magic of the little penguins returning home at sunset to one of the largest penguin colonies in Australia.
Refuge Cove Cruises is a full day cruise onboard a brand new 42 passenger catamaran. Cruise along this scenic Wilsons Promontory coast.
Experience real country living on a working farm, handle animals, see how a farming family lives, and enjoy a home-cooked lunch or afternoon tea in the historic homestead.