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Phillip Island

Phillip Island is only a short drive away. Most people think “penguins” when they hear the words “Phillip Island”, and whilst these cute little guys form an important part of the island’s fabric, there is much, much, more to do on Victoria’s favourite island!

The last mainland town before entering into the island is San Remo. Home to local pelicans, there is feeding time every morning. The kids will love it.

A must see wildlife experience, the Penguin Parade sees thousands of visitors to Phillip Island every year. Every night on dusk, hundreds of little penguins come from the sea and burrow into the sand dunes for the night! For a magic encounter with the 20,000 Australian Fur Seals at Seal Rocks, jump on a Wildlife Coast Cruise from Cowes for an up-close wildlife encounter with these fascinating creatures.

Panny’s Phillip Island Chocolate Factory is a must-do for chocolate lovers and is an interactive and educational celebration of all things chocolate. With an exhibition and ever-changing varieties of chocolates to choose from, Phillip Island Chocolate Factory is without a doubt the sweetest adventure on the island and the kids will love their time at the factory.

Rhyll Trout & Bush Tucker Farm teaches people to catch rainbow trout in the local lake. Once you have caught a trout, take it to the chef and they will cook it up for you! A Maze’ N Things has a massive three dimensional maze that is sure to entertain all. Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit has a go kart track that both the big and small kids can feel what it is like to be a car driver.

Phillip Island has so many things to do for families, you will find yourself coming back again and again.