Island Wide, Along the Tide – a Marine Debris Event

Posted on 18/12/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Volunteers and holiday makers will come together on beaches across Phillip Island to tackle the issue of marine debris at Island Wide, Along the Tide – a Marine Debris Event on Saturday 12 January 2019.

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Churchill Island comes alive to Ocean Sounds

Posted on 17/12/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

The Highland cows, Clydesdale horses, sheep, eastern barred bandicoots, and other animals of Churchill Island will be relaxing to the sounds of some of Australia’s most exciting musical acts in January when the Ocean Sounds Music Festival comes to the island.

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Island Glamping Getaways

Posted on 03/12/2018 by

Whether it’s an island getaway with the family you’re after, or perhaps something a little more intimate with that special someone, Churchill Island’s new glamping experiences are bound to tick all the boxes.

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The cat's out of the bag

Posted on 19/11/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ researchers have revealed some of the findings from their recent domestic cat tracking study, and there were a few surprises in store for some unsuspecting owners about the secret lives of their cats.

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Living with Wildlife

Posted on 09/11/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

The days are getting longer, the weather is changing, and the island is starting to come alive with all the activity that spring brings with it. There is plenty of action within our local wildlife community, and living with such a diverse range of wild species, we can all make ourselves aware of what to expect, and how to help.

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STEM Sisters impress with research findings

Posted on 31/10/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Three groups of young women from Leongatha Secondary College and Wonthaggi Secondary College recently presented the findings of their research projects into Victoria’s fur seal population to a panel of professionals as part of a Gippsland STEM Sisters program.

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Science on the Move to Phillip Island

Posted on 19/10/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Engage both your body and your mind on Phillip Island this summer as Questacon’s Science on the Move exhibition challenges visitors to discover principles of light; music and sound; human biology; ecology and the environment; and so much more.

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Phillip Island Nature Parks Board Update – September 2018

Posted on 19/10/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

The Phillip Island Nature Parks Board met on Thursday 27 September to discuss a range of important issues and opportunities and the highlights of this meeting are outlined below.

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Barb Martin Bushbank re-opens to the public

Posted on 21/09/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

The Barb Martin Bushbank will be re-opening to the public for retail sales on Wednesday 3 October, following a temporary closure to allow for extensive upgrades to the indigenous nursery’s facilities.

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Volunteers add value for Visitors

Posted on 21/09/2018 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

If you’ve been out to the Nobbies recently or visited the boardwalks at the Koalas, you may have also come across some of Phillip Island Nature Parks’ newest brigade of volunteers doing their bit to help the island’s visitors enjoy their time here, and leave with more than just a photo.

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