Experience the magic of watching Little Penguins waddle home from the ocean to their burrows. Phillip Island is home to one of the largest Little Penguin colonies in the world, which you can enjoy any night of the year from our Penguin Parade viewing platforms.

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Discover the great range of self-guided viewing options or choose one of our ranger-guided tours at the Penguin Parade.

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Prices and Bookings

Buy tickets to the Penguin Parade and explore the range of bundled options available for other Phillip Island Nature Parks' attractions.

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Opening Times

Penguins arrive at sunset every night of the year. View the penguin arrival time calendar to help plan your visit.

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Address and transport

We're located 90 minutes drive from Melbourne, and 20 minutes from the bridge to Phillip Island, but please allow extra travel time during busy holiday periods.

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The Penguin Parade offers multiple viewing options accessible for wheelchairs, and also offers wide pathways and parking for prams.

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Photo Gallery

Download our free, high-quality images of Little Penguins to share on your social media or with friends.

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Adopt a penguin today and help support vital little penguin conservation, research and education activities.

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Penguin Burrow Camera

Tune in to our live penguin burrow camera for a unique look inside a penguin home. Who's at home today?

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Live Penguin TV

We're live-streaming our world-class nightly Penguin Parade, so you can tune in from anywhere in the world! Sit back, relax and enjoy.

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