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When visiting Phillip Island, it’s the done thing to visit the Penguins and the Nobbies. The Nobbies visitor centre is where you can do a coastal walk and maybe see the baby penguins in their homes. The scenic view is remarkable! Inside Visitor centre is a giftware shop, cafe and Antarctic World. A…
AMAZING! ensure you take a warm jacket, regardless of the weather, it can be windy.. You can see seals rock from the walk ways, if you take binoculars your will see further!
This is the last tip of Phillips Island, close to the seal colonies. Take warm clothes as it can be windy. Make a day of it. Leave Tooradin to see the pelicans being fed at San Remo at midday. Visit churchill Island and the nobbies, before catching the Penguin parade at dusk. Highly…
Then take a walk around the boardwalks and see Penguin and other bird nest. Check out the seal colony on Seal rock and during June to October spot whales. Cafe open for breakfast and lunch.
“A quiet country vibe if you're looking to escape the busy main street of Cowes during peak times.”
“A beautiful place anytime of year to sit and enjoy a glass of wine and share a grazing platter with friends. Spend a relaxing afternoon outside overlooking the vines and water, or if the weather turns cold grab a spot in front of the fire. Or if wine tasting is more you - visit the cellar door. ”
“Enjoy the experience of climbing in a supervised and colourful climbing space. With 30 wall challenges, an augmented climbing wall, 4 awesome party rooms and a cafe overlooking the climbing arena, it’s entertainment for the whole family.”
“Looking for a full meal, a quick drink, or a coffee and desert, you can find a good selection here. Great for a pop in on any day. ”
“Saltwater Cafe/Restaurant is located next to the bridge onto Phillip Island. It not only has amazing food (particularly the lemon meringue pie!) but it also sits out on the water with huge glass windows so you can enjoy a beautiful view and meal or snack all at the same time! Booking recommended.”