Phillip Island Tour from Melbourne | mar 2020
Pickup was easy but at the pier would have been better. We took the tram to town ($16 Aus each) and had to walk about two blocks, return was easier as the bus dropped us off back at the pier gates.
Our driver was very personable, well spoken and polite. His driving was very good and while he had a sense of humor he never did the really cheesy, corny comments often used by tour guides. He pointed out numerous facts about life in the region, the history, weather etc and was quick to answer questions asked by those on the bus.
Our visit to the wildlife refuge was a good one (other than the weather) and we got to see Koala's, kangaroos (some with Joey's in the pouch), dingos etc. While it would be better to see them in the wild this was an up close encounter that wouldn't be possible otherwise. We did see numerous Walabee's in the wild when we got to Phillip Island.
The little penguins were the reason for the tour and we were well pleased. Again the weather was a problem, but once it cleared we got to see a lot of the cute little guys. We did the "ranger tour" and would recommend doing the same as we were able to get down closer and see better and on a night where the weather limited the time it made a big difference.
On the return the driver stopped the narrative and allowed the passengers to get some sleep before a midnight return to their hotels or ship,
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