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Phillip Island Penguin Parade With Koala Park Visit, Melbourne

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Start time

    10:15pm and 12:15pm

  • Duration

    12 hours

Inclusions
  • Penguin Parade entry
  • WWF Antarctic Journey entry
  • Koala & Animal Park entry
  • On-board free WiFi access
  • Modern air-conditioned vehicles
  • Highly experienced driver/guide
  • Informative tour commentary
  • Audio translation App in 10 languages
  • Inner city hotel pickup/drop off
COVID-19 Safety guidelines

Key Highlights

  • Make new friends at a koala wildlife park!
  • Hand feed kangaroos & wallabies
  • Visit Cape Woolamai surf beach
  • Seal rocks & nobbies coastal boardwalks
  • Experience WWF Antarctic Journey valued at $18
  • Have time to explore the Penguin visitor centre

Overview

One of the favourite Melbourne day tour spectacles is the Phillip Island Penguin Parade where the main attraction has always been the little penguins! Visit the wildlife park and see Australian wildlife up close. Make adorable and feathery friends on this tour as you see the smallest penguins of their kind in the world! Kickstart your Phillip Island tour by meeting some of Australian furry favourites —  the koalas and the kangaroos!

Feed the kangaroos and get a closer look at the ever-cuddly koalas. The rich fauna population of Philip Island boasts 15,000 furry friends and the 10,000-hectare land expanse is home to over a hundred varieties of species! From the Koala Wildlife Park, it is a short drive to Phillip Island where sit three main settlements being Cape Woolamai, New Haven & Cowes.

Cape Woolaimai Surf beach is the perfect showcase as to why Phillip Island is such a tourist mecca. Wild waves wash up to pristine Southern Ocean shorelines. At the Phillip Island Nature Parks, the beautiful scenery of sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, and exotic wildlife is truly mesmerizing and is made even more perfect with the presence of 32,000 little penguins!

About The Supplier:

Your responsible travel buddy Autopia Tours have for over 30 years been delivering Australia’s widest range of small-group guided travel experiences. With Autopia you do things differently, by avoiding the crowds, exploring the unexpected and being responsibly green for future generations. Committed to responsible and ethical tourism, Autopia is built by travelers for travelers who believe travel should be less about ticking boxes and more authentic; by getting off the bus, immersing yourself in nature and sharing your journey with those around you.

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    12 hours

  • Start time

    10:15pm and 12:15pm

  • Meeting Point

    Holiday Inn - 575 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE

  • Ending Point

    Same as pick up point

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Penguin Parade entry
  • WWF Antarctic Journey entry
  • Koala & Animal Park entry
  • On-board free WiFi access
  • Modern air-conditioned vehicles
  • Highly experienced driver/guide
  • Informative tour commentary
  • Audio translation App in 10 languages
  • Inner city hotel pickup/drop off
  • Additional food & beverages

Please note

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 48 hours before your organized activity to reconfirm.

Voucher information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

Itinerary/timing is a guide only and subject to change

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