2 Days Great Ocean Road And Phillip Island Tour 265
Located 135km southeast of Melbourne, phillip island penguin parade tours Island divides Westernport Bay and the Bass Strait. Go West Tours is Melbourne's premier small group day tour operator. Combine your ranger-led penguin viewing experience with a trip to the world's most extreme continent and enjoy the spectacular multimedia experiences and hands on activities at the interactive Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies Centre. Enjoy some time in the town of Cowes and then on to the Penguin Parade.
No visit to Phillip Island is complete without a trip to A Maze'N Things. We then travel the length of the 26 Kilometre Island to the Penguin Parade which is located at Summerland's Bay on the most westerly point of the island. The Penguin Parade offers an exclusive Behind the Scenes Tour for families during School Holidays, selected Long Weekends and Public Holidays.
For a more VIP viewing experience, the Penguins Plus platform is based on the landscape around it, giving visitors the chance to view the penguins from up close alongside a detailed commentary of the penguins and their lives. The Penguin Parade on Phillip Island is now a world renowned attraction with over 650,000 local and international visitors enjoying the spectacle every year.
To ensure penguins keep coming back to this special area we ask you do not use your cameras, camcorders or camera phones at the Penguin Parade. You can still follow the penguins to their burrows as you head up the boardwalk to the visitor centre and carpark. A dinner stop will be made before or after the Penguin Parade (dependent on the season, at your own expense).
Witness the famed Penguin Parade from the Premium Viewing area and then, take a closer look at these aquatic flightless birds from the Underground Viewing area. Experience the nightly parade from the beachfront viewing stands as the penguins emerge from the waves and waddle across the sand. Take a waddle on the wild side and witness the fantastic feathery spectacle of penguins shuffling to their burrows up a moonlit beach.