Phillip Island is home to the smallest penguin in the world. As the sun sets, these little penguins return to their homes on the beach after a day of fishing. It's really magical to see so many creatures walking back to the beach. Phillip Island itself is worth exploring, before sunset you can spend time meeting more famous koalas at the Koala Conservation Center or strolling on Nobbies cliffs - watching migrating seals and whales.
The daily penguin small parade attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. Observation path at Phillip Island Nature Park in the afternoon to see them race to climb Summerland Beach to their resting place. Bring warm clothes throughout the year, because the night on the beach can feel cold.
The perfect surprise for your children or family or partner, Phillip Island Nature Park is a great way to approach local wildlife and learn all about the area including its heritage and inhabitants. Within a short 90 minute drive from Melbourne, Phillip Island offers visitors a pleasant day, loving wildlife, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Penguin Parade will get guests close to a large group of Little Penguins as they walk from the water to the beach to rest for the night.
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