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Visit Victoria Day 4: A Maze N Things, San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op, The Nobbies, Heritage Farm at Churchill Island and Dinner at Taylors Waterfront Restaurant

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Visit Victoria Day 4: A Maze N Things, San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op, Heritage Farm at Churchill Island and Dinner at Taylors Waterfront Restaurant

What are the things to do in Philip Island? It is not just about watching the Penguin Walk as there are many other things to do. The first stop on Philip Island is A Maze N Things.

A Maze N Things

At A Maze N Things you can marvel at the mental confusion of objects defying gravity, rooms flooding without getting wet, a huge magic tap floating in mid air, or giant people shrinking into tiny versions of their former selves.


This is an amazing place for family and friends. There are lots of games where interactions are needed. I loved some of the gravity rooms and some of the mind blogging games. When I thought I’ve seen it all, I was so wrong.

With more than 20 years existence in Philip Island, A Maze N Things is a must visit place in Philip Island.

This place is great for couples, family and friends and you can spend real quality times here. There are many activities here and trust me you have no regrets visiting this place.

A Maze N Things Address and Contact:

Phillip Island Road

Cowes VIC 3922

Tel: (03) 5952 2283

Website: www.amazenthings.com.au

 

Next, we drive to San Remo for pelican viewing and lunch!

San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op


At San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op, we have nothing but just seafood. The restaurant is located near the San Remo’s beach with sights of sea gulls and pelicans.

Read more at: San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op

San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op Address and Contact:

190 Marine Parade

San Remo

Tel: 03 5678 5129

Many might not know this but there is another island near Philip Island. It is called the Churchill Island. It just minutes of driving from Philip Island.

Heritage Farm at Churchill Island


Step back in time to this historic island. Churchill Island features historic buildings, working farm, heritage gardens, walking tracks, whip cracking and much more.

You get to see the “old vintage” Victoria here with farms and houses. If you are into vintage photography, this is the place you should visit.

You can easily spend half day at Churchill Island, there were activities available all day long.

 

The special thing about this island is the heritage houses and some of the activities available such as cow milking and etc. Wind the clock to the old days and experience the old colonial houses environment on the island. For kids, visit the animal farm and see the horses, ducks, pigs, chickens and etc.

 

The Nobbies


The Nobbies Centre is Australia’s newest marine attraction. Explore and discover the secrets of the incredible southern marine environment including seals, sharks and dolphins via interactive displays and cameras that allow you to zoom in and out on these marine creatures. This area offers spectacular coastal scenery, viewing of the offshore seal colony at Seal Rocks and the chance to walk amongst nesting seabird colonies.

 


We actually found the little fairy penguins or little penguins near the nobbies. These are wild penguins and exactly the same ones you pay to see for Penguin Walk.

I always recommend Nobbies to my friends who want to visit Philip Island. The view here is spectacular and enjoy the breeze here.

We didn’t get off Philip Island yet as we go for another dinner session on the island.

 

Dinner at Taylors Waterfront Restaurant

The seafood platter.

Taylors Waterfront Restaurant, a well known local restaurant.


Taylors is one of the most popular restaurants on Philip Island. We ordered the seafood platter that comes with a huge lobster and generous amount of seafood. With a few glasses of Philip Island’s own wine, 2005 Nobbies Pinot Noir, the evening was marvelous!

 

Taylors Waterfront Restaurant Address and Contact:

5 Phillip Island Tourist Road

Phillip Island VIC 3922

Tel: (03) 5956 7371

It is another packed fill adventure day in Victoria, visiting places of interest in and near Philip Island. We will be visiting another places of interest on the island before we drive to Mornington Peninsula.

 

Check out my other Visit Victoria days experiences by clicking the link below:

Visit Victoria Day 1: Causeway 353 Hotel, Federation Square, Chinatown, SouthBank, Eureka Skydeck 88, Tutto Bene and Crown Casino

Visit Victoria Day 2: Dandenong Ranges, On Puffing Billy, Olinda, Sassafras, Miss Maple’s Tea Room, Yarra Valley, Domaine Chandon, Sebel Lodge Hotel and Balgownie

Visit Victoria Day 3: Global Ballooning, Rochford Winery, Yarra Valley Dairy, Rayners Stonefruit Orchard, Giant Steps, Koala Conservation Centre, Waves Apartments and Phillip Island Nature Park

Visit Victoria Day 4: A Maze N Things, San Remo’s Fisherman’s Co-op, Heritage Farm at Churchill Island and Dinner at Taylors Waterfront Restaurant

Visit Victoria Day 5: Panny’s Chocolate Factory, Mornington Peninsula, Max’s at Red Hill Estate, Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm, Gordon Studio Glass Blowers, Brooklands Best Western and The Rock

Visit Victoria Day 6: Horse Riding at Gunnamatta Equestrian Centre, The Baths, Ashcombe Maze & Water Gardens, Peninsula Hot Springs and Dinner at Hotel Sorrento

Visit Victoria Day 7: Sand Sculpting Exhibition, St. Kilda, Dinner onboard the Colonial Tramcar, Bar tour With Michelle Matthews of Deck of Secrets.

Visit Victoria Day 8: Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar, Coffee Tour, Shark Walk, Victoria Market and Chinatown

Visit Victoria Day 9: Gold Class Limousines and Goodbye Australia

 

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