Visited just before sunset. Dramatic views and great light. Can just walk around outside on boardwalks. Well worth visiting just to do this
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At the visitor center walk to the water side of the building where there are walkways to get closer to the water. Here you will find binoculars which work when $2 is placed into them. Looking to the rocks you can see a seal colony....More
It was a wonderful experience, so close to natural beauty, the nobbies has to offer. My kids loved the boardwalks, it was beyond my expectations to watch my 2 yr old do the full-length of the boardwalk ( she earned a stuffed penguin as a...More
The centre is a great hands on learning environment for kids. One area my children really enjoyed was the Antarctic experience where you enter a room at a temperature to resemble the Antarctic which also had the audio of the winds, following this you had...More
The Nobbies Centre was one of the highlights of our visit to Phillip Island to see the Penguins. We didn't go into the discovery center due to time restrictions and is closed at 5pm, we are rushing to Penguin Parade to see the little penguins....More
We visited on an overcast, windy & showery day. Still breathtaking scenery,the sun popping in & out of the clouds, fantastic board walks, great photo opportunities. Didn't go into the discovery centre due to time restrictions. Loved the views will return!
We bought a 4park activity package and we're very happy with everything we saw. The Nobbies Centre was one of the highlights of our visit to Phillip Island. The interactive part of the Antarctic video panorama was fabulous as we're all the displays associated with...More
Did not visit the center itself felt the pricing was a little over the top however the boardwalk and viewing areas were exceptional a great hour spent walking around