Phillip Island Nature Reserves & Trails
Take a walk in the fresh, coastal air
Phillip Island is a wonderful place to explore. For your safety, please pay attention to signage and regulations. Stay away from cliff edges and the base of coastal cliffs (do not sit or stand within 10 metres).
Stunning coastal scenery from Phillip Island’s highest point.
World-renowned wetlands on the north shore of Phillip Island.
Berrys Beach & Pyramid Rock
Spectacular scenery along Phillip Island’s south coast.
Oswin Roberts Reserve
Bushland perfect for spotting wallabies, echidnas and koalas.
Clifftop boardwalks overlooking the Bass Strait waters.
Scenic Estate Reserve
Delightful bay views, lush vegetation and abundant birdlife.
With erosion produced sea caves accessible at low tide and beautiful curling waves accessible at high.
Boardwalks through lush vegetation reaching bird watching hides over a freshwater lake.
Kitty Miller Bay
Beautiful coastal views, snorkelling and surfing opportunities and a secret shipwreck site.
Fishers Wetland is home to significant populations of waterbirds and shorebirds.
Best scenic tracks and hiking trails
When you need to get out in nature or are seeking a little bit of adventure, there is no better place to explore than Phillip Island Nature Parks.
Virtual Wetlands Tour
Take a virtual wander through the picturesque, world-renowned wetlands at Observation Point and Rhyll Inlet, and learn about the migratory shorebirds that visit.