Little Penguins

Phillip Island Nature Parks is home to the biggest colony of Little Penguins in Australia. Read on to learn more about the smallest penguin of them all.

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Although they’re super cute, there’s much more to koalas than their looks. Find out more about one of Australia’s most incredible native animals.

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Eastern Barred Bandicoot

The eastern barred bandicoot is one of Australia’s most fascinating native animals. Read on to learn more about this amazing marsupial.


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Australian Fur Seal

The Australian fur seal is the largest of eight species of fur seal in the world. Read on to learn more about these amazing animals.

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Short-tailed Shearwater

Short-tailed shearwaters are one of the few birds that migrate to Australia to breed. Read about this fascinating bird and its journey to Phillip Island.

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Hooded Plover

Have you ever heard of a hooded plover? Learn more about one of south-eastern Australia's most unique birds and their life on Phillip Island.

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Brushtail & Ringtail Possums

Learn more about two of the most common and well-known native marsupials on Phillip Island: the brushtail and ringtail possum.

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The Perils of Ferals

Find out more about how we’re working towards removing pest animal species from Phillip Island to ensure the survival of our native species.

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Bush Stone-Curlew

Found throughout most of Australia,  Bush Stone-curlew is most well known for its haunting call, which has been described as a high-pitched wail.
Learn more find about this critically endangered bird.

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