Phillip Island

Welcome to Victoria’s Phillip Island, amazing experiences distilled into one easygoing island sanctuary

Island with kilometers of adventure, nature, wild animals, history and extreme sports. Here you can see Koalas, Penguins, and other migratory animals that pass through the region. Island boat tours and snorkeling.

Tour details and itinerary

An unforgettable itinerary to do with your friends, family or even come alone and join our group. We will pass by the tourist points:

– A visit to the famous Brighton Beach boxes

– A guided tour at the award-winning Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park

– Meet and feed a wide range of Australian animals including koalas, wombats, dingoes, and many more

– Visit Point Grant to view the Nobbies and Seal Rock

– Stroll the coastal boardwalks to enjoy amazing panoramic views

– See the penguins waddle up the Phillip Island Penguin Parade at sunset

More details about our special tour:

 Departing Melbourne at around midday, we journey to the city’s most colourful attraction – the iconic Brighton Beach bathing boxes – for an opportunity to visit the beach and take some time to admire these historic landmarks.

We continue our journey through Melbourne’s bayside suburbs on the way to Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. Here, we enjoy a guided wildlife walk where we have the opportunity to meet and hand-feed many species of native Australian animals. Learn about iconic species such as kangaroos, koalas, emus, and wallabies, as well as some of our lesser-known favourites including quolls, owls, bandicoots, and Tasmanian devils.

Included in our visit here is the spectacular “Conservation in Action” wildlife show, which showcases several lesser-known Australian species in a series of interactive and engaging ranger presentations.

Continuing to Phillip Island, a visit to Point Grant and The Nobbies gives us an opportunity to enjoy views over Westernport Bay and Bass Strait, including Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest population of fur seals.

And then it’s onwards to the main event, the Phillip Island penguin tour. Just after dark every night, the world’s smallest penguins waddle ashore after spending the day fishing out at sea. You’ll be truly enchanted as the stars of the show emerge from the surf and pass right before your eyes on their journey back to their homes. Your guide will ensure you get the very best vantage point to enjoy the Penguin Parade.

After the parade, we allow plenty of time to explore the visitor centre before beginning our own journey back to Melbourne. With dropoff right back to your inner city accommodation, you’ll remember this day as a true highlight of your Australian holiday.

Wildlife observation

You will have the opportunity to observe penguins, koalas, sea lions and birds that pass through the island.

Connect with nature

Possibility of hiking on the island, boat trips to visit caves and diving in the region. In addition to extreme sports for all ages like Kart.

Discovery local history and curiosities

Our local tour guide will give you all the local information, history and curiosities of this wonderful region.



 2 people – $950.00

 3 people – $1060.00

 4 people – $1120.00

 5 people – $1199.00

 6 people – $1299.00

 7 people – $1399.00

8 people – $1499.00

 9 people – $1599.00

10 people – $1699.00

11 people -1800.00

 12 + Please contact us for a quote


What is included in the price?
  • All transfers in air-conditioned comfort
  • Experienced and informative guide
  • General entry to both Moonlit Sanctuary and the Penguin Parade
Can anyone join the tour?

Yes, everyone can participate in this tour, without contraindications

Where is the tour departure point?

NGV- National Gallery of Victoria 180 St Kilda Road , VIC3006

What should I bring for the Tour?

Comfortable clothes and shoes, jacket or coat, Sunscreen, Cap or Hat.

Is there a minimum amount of people to go on the tour?

Yes, I have a minimum of 2 people.

What is the maximum number of people on the tour?

Yes, I have maximum of 24 people. *upon request we can take 57 people

What animals will we see?

Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park is home to many common and rare Australian animals including kangaroos, wombats, emus, and Tasmanian Devils (and more). The kangaroos and wallabies can be fed with food purchased from Moonlit Sanctuary’s counter. Please do not feed any animals inside enclosed areas!

Can I book extra activities with animals?

Yes, it’s possible. Check the availability with the tour guide.

Is photography is permitted?

Photos are permitted at all locations except the Phillip Island Penguin Parade. Penguins’ eyes are very sensitive, and any bright or sudden flashes can frighten them. Please do not use cameras of any kind including phones and camcorders at any time during your visit to the Penguin Parade.

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