Live Penguin TV has now come to an end. Thank you to everyone who tuned in from home to watch thousands of Little Penguins waddle across the beach each night while our rangers narrated. If you'd like to watch any of our old episodes, follow the links below.
At sunset, every night (AEST) the world's largest colony of Little Penguins waddle up Phillip Island's floodlit beaches to their homes. Since we aren't able to welcome visitors to enjoy this natural phenomenon in person at the moment, we've decided to bring the penguins into homes across the world instead.
Viewers can tune in on either our Facebook page or YouTube channel to watch live and ask questions in real-time. You can watch on your phone, laptop or if you're feeling extra savvy - stream to your TV to enjoy the little penguins on the big screen! Please note this is a free event – beware of fake links asking you to subscribe or pay to watch.
The Little Penguins come ashore just after sunset (AEDT) each night, which obviously varies month to month. Check our Penguin Arrival Calendar to get an idea of what time to tune in from at different times of the year.
If you would like to help our rangers and researchers continue to protect these little wonders while our ecotourism attractions are closed, you might consider donating to the Penguin Foundation.
We have had so many brilliant questions coming through our live stream feeds every night! If we haven't gotten back to yours just yet, check our Nature Notes page to see if you can find the answers you're after in our downloadable pdfs.