• Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Duration: 1 day (approx.)
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See the Penguin Parade and other natural treasures of Phillip Island on a full-day tour from Melbourne and St Kilda. Hand-feed kangaroos under staff supervision and learn about Australian wildlife such as koalas, wombats and wallabies at the Maru Koala and Animal Park. Sample the treats at Panny's Phillip Island Chocolate Factory, and have lunch in Tooradin. See Cape Woolabai and the Nobbies, then get ready to watch the penguins parade home around sunset. Includes a discounted entrance pass for the the Eureka Skydeck to use when you’re back in Melbourne.


  • Full-day tour to Phillip Island from Melbourne
  • See native animals up close including koalas, kangaroos and little penguins
  • Visit the Maru Koala and Animal Park
  • Stop for a treat at the Phillip Island Chocolate Factory
  • Admire the landscape of Cape Woolabai and Seal Rocks at the Nobbies
  • Watch the penguin parade at dusk
  • Enjoy the Eureka Skydeck and Edge Experience in Melbourne

What You Can Expect

Phillip Island Day-Trip from Melbourne Including Eureka Skydeck Entry Pass

Eureka Skydeck

Customer Reviews

Serena C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Best trip ever!!!! The penguins were so adorable!!! I HIGHLY suggest this! And recommend getting the closer seating to see the cute penguins more up close and personal. Just an amazing experience with the koala as well. :)

Sau Han Y

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

The tour guide is so friendly and professional ! Very helpful and nice, also very considerate !

Serena C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

So worth it! All of the animals were so cute and the tour guide was super friendly and helpful. :

I would do it again!

Leslie H

4 star rating: Recommended February 2016

Fun day! Lots of sights to see, so be prepared for a long day. I enjoyed exploring the different parts of Phillip Island and it was definitely worth the extra to sit closer to the penguins as they came to shore in the evening.

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