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Travel with a small-group tour from Melbourne to Phillip Island to see the penguin parade and other wildlife highlights of Victoria. Your full-day tour stops at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park to meet Australian natives such as koalas and wallabies. Head to Churchill Island to visit a historic farm and the Koala Conservation Centre, then go to see the dramatic Cape Woolamai surf beach and the Nobbies boardwalk where you can enjoy the views of the rugged South Coast.

Highlights

  • Full-day small-group wildlife tour to Phillip Island, from Melbourne
  • Hand-feed the kangaroos and wallabies at Moonlit Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Stop at Churchill Island Heritage Farm to see a working farm
  • Walk through the trails at the Koala Conservation Centre to spot koalas and other critters
  • Enjoy the views of Phillip Islands rugged coastline from the Nobbies boardwalk
  • See the penguin parade when hundreds of little penguins emerge from the ocean for the night

What You Can Expect

Small-Group Phillip Island Penguin Parade Day Trip from Melbourne Including Moonlit Sanctuary

Opportunity for close Koala encounter

Customer Reviews

cutiesealion

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

The entire day was about animals! Saw my favourite wombat, fed a LOT of wallabies and kangaroos, and enjoyed the grand finale of watching hundreds of little penguins returning home from work! If all you want is to get close to Aussie animals, perhaps even to cuddle and feed them, this is the tour for you

Karen

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

My family and I enjoyed the Penguins tour with stop at moonlit sanctuary. It was packed with fun-filled activities such as penguin spotting at The Nobbies, tea picnic at Churchill farm and board-walking at the Koala conservation centre. Moonlit sanctuary and seeing the fairy penguins were a bonus.

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