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Tour ID: 10013125

Australia has some of the most unique wildlife in the world, and each place is special in its own way. Explore the gorgeous landscape of the Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island. It is just a short drive from Melbourne, and home to creatures such as wallabies, penguins, koalas and kangaroos. Take a tour to see the historic sites, stunning landscapes and exciting local animals.

  • See the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island from the Penguins Plus Viewing platform
  • Get so close you can feed the kangaroos and wallabies
  • Meet native animals at the Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park on the Mornington Peninsula
  • Experience farm life on a tour at historic Churchill Island
  • Take a guided tour of the marvelous Antarctic Journey at The Nobbies
  • Coach transportation from Federation Square or your pre-approved accommodation

Before you head to Phillip Island, the Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park is a great place to get up close and personal with some of Australia's unique wildlife. Located at the very top of the Mornington Peninsula, this park is a conservation haven for animals. It houses lots of different critters on its 10 hectares of beautiful bushland. The native animals that call this place home include dingoes, bright and colourful birds, emus, Tasmanian devils, and wombats. The main attraction of this park is the meet and greet with wallabies and kangaroos, which you can do on the famous Wallaby Walk. For a small fee, you can also feed the wallabies and get a snap with a cuddly koala.

Take a guided tour or stroll on your own through one of the oldest farms in Australia on Churchill Island. This tour includes a guided educational experience through the original cottage, homestead and heritage gardens. It's a beautiful bridge walk from Phillip Island to this historic site, where you can find the very first European garden ever planted in Australia. This island has fragrant flower gardens with great views of the ocean and historic buildings. It's also interesting to learn about past farming practices and how the first settlers lived in Australia. You can also get involved with fun farming activities like milking cows, and cracking a whip.

Experience what life is like in Antarctica for the Little Penguin with a guided tour through the Antarctic Journey at The Nobbies. Have fun at the educational multimedia and interactive activities.

No trip to Phillip Island is complete without a visit to the Penguin Parade. The custom built boardwalks give you a beautiful spot to view the penguins from when they come in from the seas at night to waddle to their rookeries. This tour offers a Penguins Plus experience to its customers. You will be given the best spots in the house (or boardwalk) for premium viewing of the penguins on Summerland Beach.

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Tour Details

  • Included in price:

    Entrance to Moonlit Sanctuary
    Entrance to Churchill Island Heritage Farm
    Antarctic Journeys
    Admission to Penguin Parade and Penguins Plus premium viewing area
    Free Wi-Fi on coach

  • Available for purchase/hire:

    Koala Photos
    Hand feeding Wallabies and Kangaroos
    Lunch and Snacks at Churchill island
    An opportunity to purchase dinner, seasonal timing.

  • Duration:

    11 to 13.5 hours (seasonal)

  • Departure:

    10:00 AM Daily

  • Return:

    9pm in Winter to 11.30pm in Summer

  • Departure points:


  • Pickup/departure instructions:

    Tour departs from Gray Line Office at Federation Square East (corner of Flinders & Russell Streets) or hotel pickups available on request - please advise hotel name and address at time of booking should you require a hotel pick up and we advise the most convenient location in your confirmation email.

    Tour operates a reduced schedule from April to September.

  • What to bring:

    Please bring warm, waterproof clothing as nights can be cold on the island in any season.

  • Fitness level required:


  • Child policies:

    Children 4 – 14 years inclusive (15 and over is an adult, under 4 is free).

  • Additional Information:

    The Penguin Parade is a natural phenomenon taking place in the open outdoors, viewing times are not guaranteed.

  • Destinations:

    Phillip Island and Mornington Peninsula

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