Victoria's three wildlife and nature gems. The world-renowned Phillip Island Penguin Parade, hand feeding wallabies at Moonlit Sanctuary and the 1850s Churchill Island heritage farm with sheep shearing.
Here's the very best of Victoria's wildlife, nature and farming heritage. The Penguin Parade us an absolute 'must' on every visitor's itinerary, but this tour gives you so much more. First stop is Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, where you can hand-feed cute wallabies on the Wallaby Walk (you may see little joeys peeking out of their mothers' pouches) and cuddle a koala. There are rare sightings of endangered Australian wildlife in this Eco-accredited sanctuary too.
On tiny Churchill Island there's a 1850s heritage farm with strutting peacocks, shaggy Highland cattle, traditional draft horses, sheep shearing and working dogs in action. then on to Phillip Island and the Koala Conservation Centre (watch out for koalas napping in the fork of a tree), dramatic Cape Woolamai surf beach, the Nobbies and Australia's largest Fur Seal colony at Seal Rocks. Finally, the ultimate attraction: hundreds of Little Penguins popping out of the sea and waddling across the beach to their sand dune burrows in the Penguin Parade.
Age Restriction: NO
Fitness Requirement: Normal fitness
What To Bring
Departs 570 Flinders Street:
Departs: Season 1: Daily @ 10am (01.04.18 – 06.10.18)
Season 2: Daily @ 11am (07.10.18 – 31.03.19)
Returns: 10.30pm - Midnight
Courtesy Transfer Service
We offer our customers a courtesy transfer service from selected inner city hotels/accommodations to the departure point (570 Flinders Street) - This service must be pre-booked at least 48 hours prior to departure.
Please confirm your allocated hotel / hostel pick up time when making your booking.