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The Nobbies Centre. Only 5 minutes from the Penguin Parade this spectacular headland offers stunning ocean views from clifftop boardwalks. View the world’s largest Australian Fur Seal colony at Seal Rocks, approximately 2km offshore. Home to the...more
1370 Ventnor Road | Summerlands Estate, Summerlands, Phillip Island, Victoria 3922, Australia
All reviews antarctic experience penguin parade phillip island blow hole great walk views are spectacular gift shop waves crashing rugged coastline the cliff board walk bass strait worth a visit on the rocks baby penguins cape barren geese nesting boxes
A beautiful tourist place at the end of Phillip Island. The view was spectacular and we were lucky to be there on a sunny spring day. The centre has a bridge that is also kid safe and friendly. the landscape is awe-inspiring - explosions of...More
A lovely clean and refreshing place to see what the island has to offer. The beautiful ocean contrasts with the black rocks, the Cale Barron Geese wander beside and across the road at their own pace. Little penguins could be seen in their burrows at...More
Cafe has over priced food that is very ordinary. Large number of tables had not been cleaned from previous customers and staff appeared disinterested in attending to this matter. The windows over looking the main view are filthy and have not been cleaned in a...More
We visited the Nobbies Centre. Great display and the coffee shop was great too. Took some pictures which turned out really good. The weather was great too. We visited with some friends of ours and enjoyed a nice time there together.
This little areas is worth driving on from the race track. It offers magnificent view off the coastline and provides a great walking track to get up close and personal with the surrounds. The visitor centre offers a restaurant and coffee centre, but I much...More
Scarfs from China ... etc. No Australian wool scarves here. Lots of stuff but nothing that interested me. Had to search for staff.
Soup was really really good though, especially after a walk in the cold Antarctic wind.
The weekends would be the most busy of the week. You are best to go as early as possible to the centre to avoid the daily tourist buses. Grand Prix motor racing on this weekend so don't even go - traffic to get on and off... More
The weekends would be the most busy of the week. You are best to go as early as possible to the centre to avoid the daily tourist buses. Grand Prix motor racing on this weekend so don't even go - traffic to get on and off the island will be horrendous
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The penguin parade is an evening activity as they don’t come ashore until dusk, around 830pm. The koala place is ok but if you want real interaction with some of Australia’s animals visit the Phillip Island wildlife park... More
The penguin parade is an evening activity as they don’t come ashore until dusk, around 830pm. The koala place is ok but if you want real interaction with some of Australia’s animals visit the Phillip Island wildlife park. It’s only 19 AUD
per adult which includes a bag of food for the residents. You can see koalas, snakes, wombats, owls, dingos, cassowary and many more. The wallabies hop freely around the park and will feed from your hand. There’s also a huge paddock containing emus and kangaroos which you can wander around at your leisurely whilst feeding the animals. Fantastic, definitely worth a visit.