Explore the Magical World of Phillip Island with a Private Tour – See Penguins, Koalas and Kangaroos Up-Close and Personal
Phillip Island beckons travellers to explore its captivating beauty and get an up-close experience with the island’s native wildlife. From penguins waddling around on Nobbies Headland, Koalas snoozing in gum trees at the Conservation Centre, to Kangaroos bouncing by while you enjoy a cup of afternoon tea overlooking Westernport – there is something magical all throughout Phillip Island! This private Australian luxury tour is led by a private knowledgeable guide who’ll showcase some secret delights only special enough for those keen eyes seeking them out. With memorable sights as well as novel experiences like behind-the scenes tours or even enjoying dinner in nearby Rhyll; your journey through this charming destination won’t soon be forgotten!
- Experience the picturesque landscapes of Phillip Island in a private Australian tour
- Get close to wildlife like Koalas, Kangaroos and Penguins
- Enjoy afternoon tea while taking in views at Westernport
- Discover over 200 different species of birds on Phillip Island’s shores
- Visit the Koala Conservation Centre & enjoy dinner the local town of Cowes
- Have a behind-the-scenes experience with an island Ranger
- View Seal Rocks from viewpoint at the Nobbies Headland
- Wildlife encounters
- View Seal Rocks
- Island Ranger tour
- 200+ birds
- Afternoon tea
A$1,459 Two people
On this private tour, you will have the opportunity to observe and learn about a variety of wildlife. These include Little Penguins, Koalas, Kangaroos, Masked Lapwings, Spoonbills, Ibis, Herons and Black Swans. You may also spot some wild wallabies and other species of birds in the Phillip Island nature reserve bush land. Furthermore, there is a range of marine life around Seal Rocks off the coast including Australia’s largest colony of Fur Seals. At Penguin Parade when dusk falls each day groups of Little Penguins arrive on the beach after fishing out at sea. It promises to be an unforgettable experience!
Phillip Island is located about 140 kilometres (87 miles) southeast of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. It takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes to drive from Melbourne to Phillip Island.
Yes, the Penguin Parade is included in the tour. Guests will be able to experience a unique and behind-the-scenes experience with one of Phillip Island’s very own Rangers, as well as access to the less populated boardwalks to get close contact with the penguins without any hustle and bustle. Seeing and hearing about the penguin behaviour and their daily routines promises to be an amazing learning experience.
No, you are not allowed to bring food of any kind to the Koala Conservation Centre or Nobbies centre.
Yes, guests are welcome to bring cameras and binoculars on the tour. Be sure to take plenty of photos and capture all the amazing wildlife you’ll see!