Private Phillip Island Penguin Parade
Phillip Island Nature Parks is a self-funded, not-for-profit conservation organisation that delivers ongoing environmental, conservation, research and education programs through the successful operation of its five ecotourism attractions including the iconic Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre, Churchill Island Heritage Farm, Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies and Wild Oceans EcoBoat tours. Be sure to spend some time on the boardwalks and watch the penguins up close as they make their way along their penguin pathways to their burrows. Visitors should arrive just before dusk and settle in to wait for the penguins' arrival. Experience the Penguin Parade at sunset from the general viewing seating, then wander the boardwalks and watch the penguins return to their burrows.
Every evening at dusk, the Little Penguins come home from the sea at Phillip Island From the waves - across the beach - to the sand dunes - the Little Penguins come almost close enough to touch as they waddle to their burrows. As the sun begins to set it is time to make your way to the Penguin Parade, the Little Penguins only come out of the water after the sun has gone down so that they can be sure to stay out of the way of any predators in the air above them.
There is a little penguin museum and information centre in the visitors centre, a small restaurant and two souvenir shops. Penguin VIP - limited to a maximum of just 10 people, Be treated like a VIP on this exclusive guided tour and start your experience with a gourmet snack and drink. The amazing Phillip Island Penguin Parade. Finally, you can't leave Phillip Island without visiting Churchill Island to see the National Trust listed Rogers Cottage & Amess House and grounds.
Amongst the truffles and clusters is Phillip Island Chocolate Factory exhibition, featuring interactive displays and machines; one of which allows visitors to make their own chocolate bar. Create family memories and experience two of Phillip Island's remarkable wildlife experiences. Watching the Little Penguins with only a small group of companion travellers on a secluded beach.
I saw the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island 22 february -19 and it was amazing. The 1 Day Phillip Island Tour gets you up close and personal with some of Australia's cutest wildlife, all set against a breath-taking backdrop of pristine sands and lush greenery. Penguin Plus on phillip island tours from melbourne Island, includes entrance to the viewing platform limited to 190 people. Little Penguins have called the shores of Phillip Island home for thousands of years.