As a not-for-profit organisation, funds raised through our ecotourism activities are invested into vital conservation programs across Phillip Island Nature Parks, including habitat protection, revegetation, wildlife rescue and pest plant and animal control.
Our environment rangers undertake a variety of tasks to ensure the protection and enhancement of the Nature Parks’ natural environment.
Our environment team work hard to protect little penguins and a number of threatened plant and animal species.
Phillip Island Nature Parks rangers and local community groups work closely together to monitor, protect and rescue a number of native animal species.
Learn more about our latest environmental projects including revegetation of the Summerlands Peninsula and fox control.
Legislation specific to Phillip Island Nature Parks has been introduced for protection and conservation purposes.
Permits and licences are required for some activities within Phillip Island Nature Parks.