3.Explore The Nobbies and Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Antarctic Journey
The Nobbies is the hidden gem of Phillip Island. The brand new Phillip Island Nature Parks’s Antartic Journey is located at the same location too.
This area is located near the Penguin Parade and that’s why self drive is important so you can drive anywhere you like. Mobility is important on Phillip Island and you can really spend some time here at The Nobbies.
There are boardwalks and lookout points here and also natural sea bird gardens. What the websites didn’t tell you is there are little penguin nests under the platform. That’s why we said this place is a hidden gem.
If you want to take picture of them, please don’t use flash. Respect the nature and the animals as flash will blind them.
You can also spot the Seal Rocks which is one and half kilometres off shore. There are mini adventures to the Seal Rocks and they are home to Australia’s largest Australian Fur Seal Colony. The Nobbies is free of charge.
WWF and Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Antarctic Journey
Phillip Island Nature Parks introduces the world’s first interactive Antarctic experience in partnership with WWF-Australia at The Nobbies. Visitors are invited on a three-level walk through adventure that provides a virtual and educational insight into the wonderful world of the Southern Ocean and Antarctic.
As the first attraction in Australia to share the WWF brand, the ‘Antarctic Journey’ features state of the art multimedia technology including an augmented reality screen which will allow visitors to appear as though they are patting a penguin, playing with a seal or within arm’s reach of a magnificent whale.
The Antarctic Journey is open daily and costs $18.00 per adult and $9.00 per child and for more info, please visit www.penguins.org.au and remember to get their package passes to save cost.
The Nobbies Address and Contact:
The Nobbies, Summerlands 3922
03 5951 2800
4.Go Surfing at Woolomai Beach
If you are a big fan of surfing, you should bring your surf board here. This beach is dangerous and strictly for surfing only. Swimming is highly not recommended here and life guards are only available here for selected days and times.
However, the rough sea here is a great place for surfing and we are sure many surfers will enjoy the high tides here.
Follow one of the four coastal walking track loops at Cape Woolamai and stop at viewing platforms to take in breathtaking views of the Pinnacles.
This is strictly for surfing only and no swimming, we kid you not.
Cape Woolamai Address:
Cape Woolamai, Victoria, 3925
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