Phillip Island Nature Parks Research & Conservation
It's in our nature
Your tickets to our ecotourism attractions help fund the Research, Conservation and Education work we undertake across Phillip Island and globally. Learn more about the work we do in the pages below.
Our Conservation Vision
We are committed to conservation and protecting nature for wildlife. Read about our vision and key conservation goals here.
We provide a wide range of environmental and immersive education experiences for all ages.
We're world leaders in little penguin research and study other wildlife including Australian fur seals and coastal birds.
Action for Conservation
Our conservation team is committed to protecting wildlife, reducing the effects of climate change and protecting and enhancing threatened plant and animal species.
Don't have much time to spare? Watch these 1-3 minute videos for a snapshot of our conservation and research work.
Phillip Island Nature Parks performs Wildlife Rescue operations across the island and runs a clinic for sick and injured animals. Click here to report sick or injured wildlife.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is purpose built to care for Phillip Island’s sick and injured native wildlife due to causes such as starvation, road trauma, pet or feral animal attacks, oil spills…
Reports and Regulations
Delve into detail and read our reports, references and legislative framework.
Permits and Licences
Permits and licences are required for some activities within Phillip Island Nature Parks.