Entry to Panny's Amazing World of Chocolate at Phillip Island Chocolate Factory
1 to 2 hours
Visit Panny’s Amazing World of Chocolate at the Phillip Island Chocolate Factory, Phillip Island's sweetest and most addictive attraction. Panny’s is a celebration of all things chocolate with amazing attractions, interactive machines, fascinating facts, delicious chocolates to try, chocolatiers working away and you can make your own chocolate creation to take away. All visitors receive a complimentary chocolate on entry, plus your actual entry ticket is made of chocolate…so you can eat it! The Phillip Island Chocolate Factory is an easy 90 minute drive from Melbourne, just one kilometre past the bridge to Phillip Island.Visit: Phillip Island Chocolate Factory, 930 Phillip Island Rd, Newhaven, Phillip Island, Victoria 3925 AustraliaTantalize your taste buds at the Phillip Island Chocolate Factory. Watch chocolatiers at work, design your own chocolate bar and follow the journey of cacao beans from tree to truffle. Explore interactive candymaking exhibits and delectable delights like a miniature chocolate village and the world’s largest chocolate waterfall. Grab a seat at the Pannys Chocolate Café to indulge in the chocolate-inspired menu (own expense), and browse the gift shop where you can purchase more than 190 different kinds of chocolatey treats to take home.
A Maze'N Things Admission with Optional Phillip Island Chocolate Factory General Entry
Enjoy hours of mind-boggling fun at A Maze'N Things, where you can explore indoor and outdoor optical illusions and puzzling delights. Find your way through a giant maze, defy gravity, learn to fly, disappear into a magic box, and more in a world of illusions and puzzles that stretch the imagination and provide lots of laughs. Upgrade to include a visit to Phillip Island Chocolate Factory for a self-guided tour through a chocolate-themed wonderland with interactive attractions and delicious treats.Make your own way to A Maze'N Things amusement park on Phillip Island. Your entrance ticket includes access to Puzzle Island, the illusion rooms and the giant outdoor maze. Kids of all ages will enjoy a myriad of optical tricks and problem-solving exercises, along with hands-on activities that boggle the mind and provide hours of entertainment. Step into a giant outdoor maze that can take as long as 45 minutes to navigate (with emergency exits if needed), giving your brain and legs a fun workout in the process. More than a mile (2 km) of passageways keep you busy with a bewildering labyrinth of turns, dead ends and other challenges.Then head to the illusion rooms, designed to confuse your mind and eyes. In one room your sense of gravity gets a twist, in other rooms you appear to shrink to half your normal size and in yet another you can fly. Over on Puzzle Island, try to keep your balance in a rotating room, find your way through a mirror maze or drop into the unknown on the lookout slide. Zoom around Phillip Island on flying boogie boards or watch a friend’s head turn up on a dinner table. Spend as much time as you like seeing the attractions at A Maze'N Things, then make your own way to your next destination. A Maze'N Things has an exciting new attraction, Magic Manor - disappear into the golden era of magic. This has amazing interactive magic displays, astounding illusions, mysterious caves, magic rabbits, a time machine, scare rooms, treasures, f
Phillip Island 3 Park Pass: Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre and Penguin Parade, Koala ConservationHeritage Farm
Make the most out of your visit to Phillip Island with this 3-park pass, the best value for checking out three of the island’s top attractions: the Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre and Churchill Island Heritage Farm. Visit each site at your own pace and in whatever order you wish; your pass is valid for six months. Go face to face with koalas in their natural environment; see farming activities like sheep shearing at a historical homestead; and watch fairy penguins (aka little penguins, the world’s smallest) parade out of the sea and across the beach at sunset.Your Phillip Island 3-park pass gives you access to the island’s top three wildlife and historical attractions — the Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre and Churchill Island Heritage Farm — which are all part of Phillip Island Nature Park. You can visit all three in one day or spread it out over several days — your pass is valid for six months. If you choose to do it all in one day, it is recommended that you consider this sample itinerary, which allows you to end your day with the Penguin Parade at sunset.Morning at the Koala Conservation Centre: See koalas up close from treetop boardwalks, and join a ranger-led eco-explorer tour to learn more about these beloved Australian animals. Lunch at Churchill Island Heritage Farm: Purchase lunch at the cafe, and then explore the homestead and working farm to watch daily farming activities like milking cows and shearing sheep. Learn about the farm’s history, and admire the local birdlife. Afternoon at the Nobbies: See Australia’s largest colony of fur seals and enjoy views of Seal Rocks from the chain of boardwalks. Sunset at the Penguin Parade: Watch the world's smallest penguins waddle out of the sea and parade across Summerland Beach to their sand burrows. Tiered viewing stands allow everyone to see the action. Please note: the Penguin Parade can be booked out during peak periods. We strongly recommend you contact the Pengu
Mornington Peninsula Markets Shuttle by Boat from Phillip Island
Travel on a spacious boat to the mainland to visit to one of the Mornington Peninsula’s premier local craft and food markets. With complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits, enjoy a scenic 30-minute cruise from Phillip Island to Stony Point. From there a coach takes you to the amazing Red Hill Community Market. Have three hours at your leisure to browse the many stalls with handcrafted jewelry, clothing, toys, gourmet foods, wine and more, with plenty of space to store your shopping on the return journey.Make your way to Cowes Jetty to board your spacious catamaran for the scenic 30-minute cruise across Western Port Bay to Stony Point. Sip a cup of complimentary tea or coffee and choose a seat on either an indoor or outdoor deck. When you arrive at Stony Point, your coach meets you and transfers you to either Red Hill Community Market. Enjoy three hours at your leisure to shop, eat and browse through stalls filled with high-quality goods made by local artisans. Red Hill Community Market started in 1975 when a couple dozen locals came together to sell and barter informally. The market has since evolved into a legendary destination where 300 vendors showcase locally produced items including fresh produce, jams, olives, wines, and handcrafted jewelry, clothing, kitchenware, pottery, toys and more. Freshly prepared snacks and meals are available for purchase and you can listen to live music by local musicians. After shopping and snacking to your heart’s content, meet your coach at the designated time. Return to Stony Point and re board your boat, where you’ll have plenty of room to store your shopping bags. Enjoy the scenery during the return journey to Phillip Island. Your tour ends upon arrival at the dock in the early afternoon.
Phillip Island Ultimate Penguin Eco Tour or Skybox Experience
Want the best penguin viewing opportunities in Australia? Take the Penguin Eco Tour for a premium penguin experience that offers a personalized, intimate wildlife experience. Or choose the Underground Viewing option to enjoy the closest possible viewing of the Penguin Parade at eye-level.ULTIMATE PENGUIN ECO TOUR: Designed to cater for up to 10 people only, this fully accredited eco tour takes visitors to a stunning, secluded beach to view the little penguins waddling ashore to their sand dune burrows. The beach is in a completely different location to the standard Penguin Parade. This tour is the premium penguin experience on offer and ideal for those seeking a more personalized, intimate wildlife experience. As the sun sets and the light fades, participants can use night vision technology to view the penguins. Rangers provide an informative commentary which visitors listen to through personal headphones. SKYBOX VIP EXPERIENCE : Enjoy the Penguin Parade (the world's smallest penguins in their natural habitat) from the comfort of an exclusive, elevated viewing tower. Located at the main viewing stands at the Penguin Parade, this option allows for 10 people each evening to have 'pole position' for penguin viewing. Warm and dry, you will enjoy an excellent overview of Summerland Beach and the penguin burrows. Interact with the ranger and take part in the penguin count to assist in the ongoing research of the Phillip Island penguins! The Skybox Experience also includes canapes and non-alcoholic beverages.UNDERGROUND VIEWING: Enjoy the Penguin Parade with a bird's-eye view as you view the world's smallest penguins in their natural habitat in the world-first underground facility. Designed to cater for up to 70 people only, enjoy the Penguin Parade at eye-level and the closest possible viewing point undercover through the glass with expert commentary from a local ranger. You will also have access to the new Penguins Plus viewing platform, the new platform mirro
Phillip Island Seal-Watching Cruise
See thousands of Australian fur seals in their natural habitat during a 2-hour wildlife cruise from Phillip Island. Journey on a comfortable catamaran with indoor and outdoor viewing decks to Seal Rocks, home to the largest colony of fur seals in Australia. En route, look for dolphins, whales, penguins and seabirds while your onboard guide provides informative commentary about the wildlife and history of Phillip Island and the Mornington Peninsula. Includes complimentary afternoon tea with light snacks and coffee or tea.Make your way to Cowes Jetty on Phillip Island to board the spacious twin-deck catamaran for your afternoon seal-watching cruise. Choose seats on an outdoor or indoor deck; both offer great views as you motor over to Seal Rocks, located 1.25 miles (2 km) off the coast of Phillip Island, which serves as the breeding grounds for an estimated 12,000 fur seals. On your way to Seal Rocks learn about the various landmarks from an onboard guide who shares expert commentary about the wildlife and history of the area along the coast of Phillip Island and the Mornington Peninsula. The seal population has been steadily increasing since Seal Rocks became a marine sanctuary in 1928 and a State Fauna Reserve in 1966, after unrestricted hunting in the 1800s drastically reduced the seal population. When you reach Seal Rocks, the boat drifts along as you watch the playful antics of the seals. The naturally curious creatures are likely to come close to your boat to take a look at you too.While you're out on the water, be on the lookout for whales, dolphins, penguins and seabirds. During the return journey, you are welcome to visit the captain’s bridge and learn about boat operations firsthand (weather permitting). Your cruise includes an afternoon tea on your return journey, that consists tea, coffee, biscuits and cake.After an informative and entertaining two hours on the water, your boat returns you to Cowes Jetty to end your tour.
Phillip Island Wildlife Cruise with Optional Penguin Parade and 3 Park Pass
Enjoy exceptional wildlife viewing at Phillip Island during a boat cruise to Seal Rocks, Australia’s largest fur seal colony, followed by a visit to the Nobbies blowhole or National Surfing Reserve at Cat Bay. Your cruise can be combined with admission to the Penguin Parade and other fun attractions like the Koala Conservation Centre and Churchill Island Heritage Farm. A variety of options allows you to customize your tour and plan a fun day for the whole family.Make your way to Cowes Jetty to board your high-speed RIB (rigid-hulled inflatable boat) for a wildlife cruise to Seal Rocks. Throughout the tour, your onboard ranger-guide expertly locates seals, whales, dolphins, penguins and seabirds while providing informative commentary on the history and ecology of the area. When you get close to Seal Rocks, watch the seals play and bark on the rocks, or pop their heads out of the water near your boat. The boat is equipped with underwater cameras that allow you a glimpse of the action beneath the waves, too.Depending on which option you choose, you also see other famous spots around Phillip Island on your return journey to Cowes Jetty (see Itinerary below for options and details). Your return is timed so that you are back on shore for the Penguin Parade, if you choose that option. Warm layers are recommended as the temperature can vary throughout the day and drop in the evening.
Phillip Island Helicopter Tour
See magnificent Phillip Island from the air on a Phillip Island Helicopter Tour. Fly in comfort aboard a modern helicopter for amazing aerial views of Australia's most varied coastline. See Cape Woolamai, Seal Rocks, the Australian Grand Prix track, Summerland Bay, home of the Phillip Island Penguin Parade and miles of gorgeous coastline. There are seven flights options to choose from, all with unprecedented views of Phillip Island’s spectacular scenery. Highlights can include the world famous Phillip Island Penguin Parade, the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Seal Rocks, Cape Woolamai, Cowes and some amazing surf beaches.Choose from one of the following flight options listed in the itinerary:
Half Day Phillip Island Woolamai Trail Walking Tour
During your stay on Phillip Island, walk the Cape Woolamai Trail to take in the spectacular views of Phillip Island and the surrounding coastline. Cape Woolamai is Phillip Island's highest point and between October and April this area is home to thousands of shearwater birds. The walk should take approximately 2 to 2.5 hours to complete. All inclusive.Your day starts with pickup from your San Remo or Phillip Island accommodation in the morning at 9.00am or in the afternoon at 12.30pm. Enjoy a drive around Phillip Island taking in the spectacular scenery. Stop at the Nobbies before heading to Cape Woolamai Surf Beach, the start of the Cape Woolamai Walk. The walk takes approximately 2 to 2.5 hours and what a coastline and views! A picnic lunch is provided with your walk. You will arrive back at your accommodation around 1 pm or 5 pm. What a lovely day you will have had.
Phillip Island Half Day Punchbowl to Kilcunda Walk
5 hours 30 minutes
What a beautiful walk! Take in the spectacular coastal scenery on the George Bass Coastal Walk from Punchbowl (San Remo) to Kilcunda. Included in this tour is pick up from Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation for a transfer to the start of the walking trail, lunch, a guide, sightseeing and pick up at the end of the trail and delivered back to your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation. You can arrange to be picked up from your Melbourne accommodation and return to your Melbourne accommodation for an extra fee.Your day starts with pickup from your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation at around 10:00am for a drive around Phillip Island to enjoy the scenery, the rugged coastline, and the beautiful surf beaches. Head to the start of the George Bass Coastal walk at the end of the Punch Bowl Road. The walk takes about 2 hours and what a coastline! Stop along the way to admire the wonderful views and take photographs. After the walk, you'll be collected at the Kilcunda General Store to have a late lunch. You will be dropped off at your accommodation on Phillip Island at around 3.30pm.
Half Day Phillip Island Wine and Beer Trail Tour
Explore Phillip Island, see all the amazing sights and stop for wine and beer tastings. Included are 2 to 3 wineries visits and tastings, 1 brewery & beer tastings, cheese tasting, gourmet lunch, and sightseeing - Phillip island Coastline, Surf Beaches, The Nobbies Boardwalk and Bass Coast HinterlandYour tour starts with pick you up from your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation at around 11.00 am.We hit the road and see some of the sights that Phillip Island has to offer. We head off the Island and visit the local cheese factory for some cheese tasting. After this we drive to the a couple of wineries for wine tastings. We head back to Phillip Island driving through the Bass Coast Hinterland and make our way lunch. After lunch we visit the local winery on Phillip island. We head our last stop for the day, the local brewery, where you will have a beer paddle or a sparkling paddle. Included in this tour is your pick up, wine & beer tasting charges, sightseeing, a guide and delivered back to your accommodation on Phillip Island.
Phillip Island Whale Watching Tour
Join a spectacular 4-hour cruise around Phillip Island with beautiful coastal scenery and up-close marine wildlife viewing. See thousands of playful fur seals at Seal Rocks, look for the seabirds such as the Little Penguin and Shy Albatross, spot the wave-riding Common Dolphins and be in awe of the great whales including the Humpback Whales on their migration along the coast of Victoria.Your whale watching cruise starts at Rhyll jetty where you will be welcomed aboard the comfortable catamaran 'Kasey Lee' by the friendly captain and crew. Find a seat indoors or stay on the front or top deck, and enjoy a warm cup of tea or coffee to start the journey. While the cruise takes you along the north coast of Phillip Island, listen to the captain's commentary highlighting several points of interest including indigenous history, the lonely grave at Grossard Point and the picturesque church on Trennavin Hill. After 45-minutes you will have a great sea perspective of the Summerlands Peninsula, home to at least 30,000 breeding pairs of Little Penguins. See the famous landmark The Nobbies, the most south-western point of the island, a breeding rookery for crested terns and silver gulls. Just as the cruise leaves the bay and heads into Bass Strait to Seal Rocks you will be able to view a large cave on Round Island, only visible from the sea. Upon arrival at Seal Rocks marvel at the thousands of fur seals who call these islands home, you will certainly be impressed by their playfulness, diving skills, and antics in their natural habitat. The captain and crew are passionate about the wildlife and will provide ample wildlife interpretation throughout and will point out exciting things such as young pups, territorial males and other seal behaviors. After approximately 20-minutes enjoy a hot drink with cake. The cruise will continue its route along the south coast of Phillip Island in search of the great whales. Learn some great whale spotting tips from the crew and
Phillip Island Tour Including Cape Woolamai Walking Trail
7 hours 30 minutes
All inclusive full day walking tour. In the morning take in the amazing scenery as you walk Phillip's Island's Cape Woolamai Trail. Cape Woolamai is Phillip Island's highest point and offers spectacular views of Phillip Island and the surrounding coastline. After lunch you take another walk You can choose another walk, the George Bass Coastal Walk, taking approximately 2 hours. Your tour also includes sightseeing, wine tasting , pickup and drop-off from your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation and lunch. Start the day with pick up from your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation at around 9.30 am and be taken to the start of the Cape Woolamai Walking Trail. After this walk we will have rest and lunch at Kilcunda, then we will walk the George Bass Coastal Walk. During the tour we take in some sightseeing of the Phillip Island coastline and you will have the opportunity to walk the Nobbies boardwalk where you may see penguins in their burrows and wallabies in the wild. If time permits we may drop in for a wine tasting or a beer tasting. You will be dropped back to your Phillip island accommodation at around 5 pm. Included in this tour is your pick up, transportation to the start of both walking trails, lunch, sightseeing, wine tasting, a guide and pick up at the end of the trail and transportation back to your accommodation on Phillip island. Please note you an be picked picked up from your Melbourne accommodation and return to your Melbourne accommodation at the end of the day for an extra fee.
Bass Coast and South Gippsland Day Trip from Phillip Island
Explore Bass Coast and South Gippsland on a day trip from Phillip Island. Your expert local guide will share their insider knowledge of the region and highlights of the day will include: • Sightseeing - Phillip Island, San Remo, Bunurong Coastline, Bass Coast Hinterland, Phillip Island coastline and the South Gippsland Hinterland • Lunch & morning tea • Pick up and drop from your Phillip Island accommodation. Extra charge for pick up and return to Melbourne • Sight some wildlife - wallabies, Cape Barron geese, penguins, maybe a kangaroo, echidna and birdsAfter pickup from your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation, travel through the countryside and head to Loch for morning tea. Continue through more countryside and head to Koonwarra for lunch. Return to Phillip Island via the Bunurong Coastal drive stopping at Kilcunda for afternoon tea.The areas visited include Woolamai, Glen Forbes, Kernot, Woodleigh, Loch, Poowong, Korumburra, Leongatha, Koonwarra, Inverloch, Bunurong Coastal drive, Wonthaggi, Kongwak, Glen Alvie, Archies Creek, Dalyston, Kilcunda, San Remo and Cowes.Seeing the sights of South Gippsland and the Bass Coast area your sure to have a lovely day being personally guided by the local experts.
Phillip Island Tour Including Phillip Island Penguin Parade
Spend a day exploring Phillip Island with a 4 park pass, and this includes Penguin Plus tickets, visiting Churchill Island Heritage Farm, the Koala Conservation Centre, the Antarctic Journey Experience at the Nobbies. See all of Phillip Islands natural beauty as you travel along the coastline and see the beautiful surf beaches . The highlight of the day will be watching the little penguins make their way up the beach at the Phillip Island Penguin Parade. All inclusive tour including lunch, morning and afternoon tea plus entry fees and more. Pick up/Drop off to your door at any Phillip Island/San Remo Accommodation locations. Can pick up from Melbourne and return to Melbourne for an extra fee.Your day starts with pickup from your Phillip Island or San Remo accommodation at around 9.30 am and we head off the Island sightseeing the area, including rugged coastlines, surf beaches, Bass Coast hinterland including the Kilcunda area and around Phillip Island. We visit a cheese factory for cheese tasting before heading back to Phillip Island. We drive to the Nobbies where you will visit the Antarctic Journey Experience and you see wonderful photography of the wildlife in the Antarctic. You can walk the boardwalk to the blow hole and you may even be lucky to catch a glimpse of a little penguin in its burrow. When we leave the Nobbies you will see wonderful views when we drive along the coastal road to Summerland Beach where the little penguins come home to their homes at sunset. You may sight many wallabies and bird life and then we drive to Churchill Island Heritage Farm for a late lunch and you will see sheep sheering, the sheep dog rounding up the sheep, whip cracking and more. After Churchill Island we head to the Koala Conservation Centre and enjoy seeing the koalas in their natural habitat. You will be taken to the penguins and after the penguins you will be delivered back to your Phillip Island accommodation. We can pick you up from your Melbourne accommodation an
Wilsons Promontory Day Trip from Phillip Island
8 hours 30 minutes
Take a day trip to Wilsons Promontory from Phillip Island. Highlights include sightseeing on the Phillip Island coastline, the Bass Coast Hinterland, Bunurong Coast, Cape Liptrap Coast, and Wilsons Promontory. Visit some of the beautiful beaches on Wilsons Promontory and see native wildlife and birds. All inclusive including lunch, morning & afternoon tea and entry fees.Your day begins from Cowes at around 9am before the drive to the Nobbies along the cliff coast line to Summerland Beach. Then onto view some of the most beautiful surf beaches and coastline in Australia. Head off the Island and drive through the Bass Coast Hinterland on the way to the Bunurong Coastal Drive. See the rugged coastline, beautiful beaches and views to die for. On your way to Wilson Promontory, drive through Cape Liptrap and arrive at the Prom to sights of wombats, emus, wallabies, kangaroos, and bird life in their natural environment. Stop for lunch at the Tidal River General Store where they make the best burgers. After lunch, visit some secluded beaches on the Prom and then head back to Phillip Island by driving through the South Gippsland countryside. Arrive back at your accommodation on Phillip island around 5:30pm.
Wilsons Promontory Cruise from Phillip Island
Board the "Brianna Lee" for a full-day tour to Wilsons Promontory National Park cruise. Highlights of the trip include: the historic Wilsons Prom Lighthouse, Skull Rock, remote granite islands, Kanowna Island seal sanctuary and Refuge Cove. With the addition of regular marine and wildlife sightings such as eagles, sea birds, dolphins, seals and whales during their migration period. Anchor at Refuge Cove for a delicious lunch plus two hours to swim, snorkel and lounge on the white-sand beach. With morning Tea, afternoon tea and light snacks included through the day.An incredible way to see Wilsons promontory, not to be missed!Departing from Port Welshpool at 9.30 am, your captain and crew will welcome you aboard the comfortable 19-metre modern catamaran the "Brianna Lee", With indoor and outdoor decks there is ample seating provided. Enjoy amazing scenic views as your boat cruises the coast of Wilsons Promontory National Park, affectionately known as The Prom. Throughout the day, your captain shares informative commentary on the incredible landmarks and history of the area, highlights of the trip include the historic Wilsons Prom Lighthouse, Skull Rock, remote granite islands, Kanowna Island seal sanctuary and Refuge Cove. With the addition of regular marine and wildlife sightings such as eagles, sea birds, dolphins, seals and whales during their migration period. A 2-hour stop over in Refuge Cove where a delicious lunch is served, and the option to swim, snorkel or stroll along the sparkling white-sand beach. With morning and afternoon tea, plus light snacks throughout the day, you won't go hungry. A not be missed experience, viewing Wilsons Promontory as never before!