We pride ourselves on finding the balance between world-renowned conservation programs and quality ecotourism experiences.
Since 1996 we've received numerous awards in conservation, ecotourism and education.
From First Australians to the very first Penguin Parade in the 1920s, we're steeped in history.
Phillip Island Nature Parks feels privileged to be entrusted with land management responsibilities across Phillip Island, and we recognise that many areas hold deep cultural and spiritual significance for Aboriginal people. Our commitment to reconciliation is demonstrated by the development of our 'Reconciliation Action Plan'(RAP) in conjunction with Reconciliation Australia.
The new Penguin Parade Visitor Centre is due to open in late 2019, resulting in the important restoration of 6.7ha of habitat to the penguin colony, and an enhanced visitor experience.