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【Melbourne Phillip Island 3 Parks Pass】Ultimate Tour + Churchill Island + Koala Reserve

  • Phillip Island
  • English
  • Flexible.
  • Free Cancellation

Standard Inclusions

  • 1. Ultimate Adventure Tour
  • 2. Entry to Churchill Island Heritage Farm
  • 3. Entry to Koala Reserve
From AUD
$113.50

1 Key Facts

Included

  • 1. Ultimate Adventure Tour
  • 2. Entry to Churchill Island Heritage Farm
  • 3. Entry to Koala Reserve

Not included

  • 1. Transport from/to hotels
  • 2. Food & beverages not listed as Inclusions
  • 3. Souvenirs
  • 4. Travel Insurance
Destination Phillip Island
Address Penguin Parade/Nobbies Centre/Antarctic Journey: 1019 Ventnor Rd, Summerlands VIC 3922 Koala Conservation Centre: 1810 Phillip Island Rd, Phillip Island VIC 3923 Churchill Island Heritage Farm: 246 Samuel Amess Dr, Churchill Island VIC 3925
How to get there By Car -
Phillip Island is located 90 minutes drive from Melbourne. Allow a further 20 minutes from the bridge to get to the Penguin Parade. Free car parking on site.

By Bus -
Public transport is limited on Phillip Island. V-line operates a bus to Phillip Island’s main town, Cowes, from Southern Cross Station in Melbourne city. Please note that the V-line bus does not go to the Penguin Parade and there are no return buses to Melbourne at the conclusion of the Penguin Parade.
Operating hours
Penguin Parade Vary by seasons. Please refer to "Other Information" Section
Penguin Parade Visitor Centre 10:00 - Late
Churchill Island Heritage Farm 10:00 - 17:00 Last Entry 16:45
Koala Reserve 10:00 - 17:00 Last access to Koala viewing boardwalks is 15 minutes before closing time
*Christmas Day (25 December) All attractions open from 14:00
Reconfirmation requirements Please be advised you are required to contact The Service Provider 24 hours prior to the travel date during business hours to reconfirm your Ultimate Tour booking, meeting point and time, and departure time with your confirmation number. Please adjust your travel plan according to the details given by The Service Provider at time of reconfirming.
Check-in requirements The Ultimate Penguin Tours have strict start times. Failure to arrive on  time will most likely be classified as no-show and result in forfeiting the booking and it cannot be refunded or transferred.
What to bring/wear ● The Penguin Parade is at sunset and outside. We suggest you bring warm clothes and a rain coat if it looks like rain.

● A rug to sit on the seats is also handy.

● Please note – unfortunately cameras or camcorders cannot be used at the Penguin Parade.  

● Closed walking shoes required.

● Waterproof jacket provided, however you may bring your own if you prefer (must be dark and non-reflective)
Other info ● Minimum age 16 years

● Video and photography is not permitted at the Penguin Parade or any of the penguin viewing options.

● Reasonable fitness required for Ultimate Tour, including the ability to walk on soft sand, descend and ascend 20 stairs, and walk up to 1.5 km (0.8 miles) on uneven surfaces

● The date of your visit to the Penguin Parade must be booked and will be printed on your ticket. You may visit the other attractions on your tickets, eg the Koala Reserve, or Churchill Island Heritage Farm once within six months of the printed date, either before or after your Penguin Parade visit.

● If you are planning to visit more than one attraction on the same day, please allow 10-20 minutes travel time between attractions.

● The Penguin Parade occurs every evening at sunset for duration of 1 hour. Visitors must arrive at the visitor centre before the Penguins cross the beach, however to experience all the activities and attractions on offer it is recommended that you arrive 1-2 hours before sunset.

● The penguins are wild birds. Numbers and arrival times will vary with the life-cycle  activity and weather.

● Penguin Arrival Time (Guideline Only)
January: 20:45
February: 20:30
March: 20:00
April: 19:00 (Daylight Saving Time) / 18:00 (Non-Day Light Saving Time)
May: 17:30
June: 17:15
July: 17:45
August: 18:00
September: 18:15
October: 18:45 (Non-Day Light Saving Time) / 19:45 (Daylight Saving Time)
November: 20:15
December: 20:30

● All attractions open times vary seasonally. Please check with the attractions for up to date opening hours when closer to travel date to plan your visit

2 Overview

The Summerland Peninsula in the south-west of Phillip Island is home to an estimated 32,000 little penguins – one of the largest colonies in Australia. The Penguin Parade represents approximately 10 per cent of the colony. Each night at sunset, little penguins (numbering in the hundreds or thousands depending on the season) make the march across the beach and return to their burrow homes in the sand dunes.

Only 90 minutes from Melbourne, Victoria's wildlife island features spectacular coastal scenery and plenty of Australian wildlife. Visit the Penguin Parade, take a virtual tour at the new Antarctic Journey, experience our spectacular  EcoBoat Adventures, see the koalas at the Koala Reserve, or let time unwind at Churchill Island.

Ultimate Tour + Churchill Island + Koala Reserve

 

Ultimate Penguin Tour

Be one of the select few to venture out to a secluded beach away from the Penguin Parade on this fully accredited Eco Tour, perfect for lovers of both nature and adventure. Personal headsets ensure you hear all of the informative commentary, while high-tech night vision scopes allow you to spy on the penguins in the dark. A true highlight of this tour is the walk back to the visitor centre through the heart of the penguin colony.

 

Koala Reserve

Explore the tree-top boardwalks at the Koala Reserve and see koalas up close in their natural habitat. Wander the extensive trails through the natural Australian bushland and enjoy the abundant bird life. The woodland is home to many animals including wallabies, echidnas and bats.

 

Churchill Island Heritage Farm

Churchill Island is an important place to local Aboriginal people and was the site of Victoria's first crops and European building in 1801. Enter the farm and meet Max the Clydesdale horse or Gregory the peacock. Wander the old homestead and experience the daily heritage farming activities including cow milking, sheep shearing, working dogs and whip cracking. Churchill Island also boasts many beautiful walking trails amongst wetlands and beneath ancient Moonah trees.

Daily farming activities:

  • 14:10 cow milking
  • 14:30 sheep shearing
  • 14:45 whip cracking
  • 15:05 working dogs
  • 15:20 sheep shearing
  • * 13:00 - 13:45 Wagon rides.  (Weekends, school and public holidays only - weather permitting)

 

3 Policy

Cancellation Policy

● If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. ● If you cancel between 0 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee. ● If no show, no refund.

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