Phillip Island Nature Parks is a self-funded organisation that manages 1805 hectares of crown land across Phillip Island. We are committed to partnering with our community to protect nature for wildlife. If you live locally or are a regular visitor to Phillip Island, we invite you to take part in the conversation and get involved in any way you can.
The Nature Parks Locals Pass is your annual ticket to the Penguin Parade, Antarctic Journey, Koala Reserve and Churchill Island, providing great member offers & discounts.
Find out when local community events are happening and read updates on the wildlife that share your beaches, bushlands and wetlands here.
The Barb Martin Bushbank Native Plant Nursery sells a variety of native plants and is located in Rhyll.
Phillip Island National Surfing Reserve recognises the outstanding surf along the shores of Phillip Island and the long, rich surf culture and history.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live, work and learn, the Bunurong people. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future.
Our community committees provide an important two-way flow of information between the local community, stakeholders and the Nature Parks Board.
Help us monitor the health of Phillip Island's coastal bird populations by reporting any birds you find washed up on beaches through this portal.
Would you like to help us track and monitor the growing Eastern Barred Bandicoot on Phillip Island? Use this portal to tell us where and when you saw one.
Read the draft regulations and set-asides which help us ensure the Crown Land we are privileged to manage is protected and visitors are kept safe.