Penguins arriving in

16h 48 mins

VISIT PHILLIP ISLAND NATURE PARKS

Plan your visit to Phillip Island Nature Parks with our itineraries, FAQs, accessibility info, beach safety tips and more.

Penguins arriving in

16h 48 mins

Tune in to our LIVE Burrow Cam and see who's home!

Protecting Nature for Wildlife

Visitors to our ecotourism attractions fund the vital research, conservation and education work we do. Our staff care for over 1,805 hectares of beaches, bushland and wetland reserves on Phillip Island. Can you help us fulfil the Nature Parks mission to protect nature for wildlife?

 

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live, work and learn, the Bunurong. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

 

Welcome to Phillip Island Nature Parks

Only 90 minutes from Melbourne, Victoria's wildlife island features spectacular coastal scenery and plenty of Australian wildlife. Visit the Penguin Parade, take a virtual tour at the new Antarctic Journey, see the koalas at the Koala Conservation Reserve, or let time unwind at Churchill Island.

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Wildlife Conservation

Phillip Island Nature Parks is a self-funded organisation. Revenue raised contributes to research, environment and education projects.

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Our research is vital to our conservation work and helps us respond to threats and future challenges to wildlife. We're world-leaders in little penguin research and study other wildlife including Australian fur seals and coastal birds.

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We're a self-funded organisation and are all for conservation. Funds raised through ecotourism are invested into vital conservation programs across Phillip Island Nature Parks, including habitat protection, revegetation, wildlife rescue and pest plant and animal control.

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Our education team provides a wide range of immersive and educational experiences for all ages across marine, bushland, coastal and wetland habitats. We connect students with nature and empower positive environmental actions.

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