Find out first when your local community events are happening, get updates on the wildlife that share your beaches, bushlands and wetlands, and be involved in discussions on all things nature.
Phillip Island’s wildlife is an important part of the community’s identity and economy. Wildlife experiences on the Island generate jobs and evenue and are a major attraction for visitors.
The 2021/2022 hooded plover breeding season has come to an end. We're pleased to say it was a successful one, with 14 chicks fledged from 19 breeding pairs, an achievement well surpassing what we had hoped for.
Phillip Island’s beaches and reserves are for everyone to enjoy. We are lucky to be able to visit many of these areas with our dogs.
In order to protect significant coastal vegetation and cultural heritage in this area from the impacts of rabbits, the construction of a rabbit-proof fence in conjunction with a rabbit control program and targeted revegetation/restoration will be occurring.
For the last month penguins have been busy nest building and courting.