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BRIGHTON BEACH
BRIGHTON BEACH
Phillip Island Penguin, Brighton Beach, Moonlit Sanctuary from Melbourne
Phillip Island Penguin Parade Tour
Phillip Island Penguin Parade Tour

4.44

(1890)

$112.28

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This epic adventure to Phillip Island will acquaint you with some of Australia's most iconic wildlife as you spend your day in the company of penguins, koalas, and more. Once you board the coach, the group will head to Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park on the Mornington Peninsula, before heading to Phillip Island for the Penguin Parade. Brighton Beach Boxes The first stop on your journey will be the Brighton Beach Boxes - Melbourne’s most colorful attraction. Spend some time relaxing at the beach and taking photographs of the 82 multi-colored beach huts that line the shore of one of Melbourne’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park The journey to Phillip Island continues through the suburbs of Melbourne before stopping at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park in Mornington Peninsula. The sanctuary is a 25-acre park that is home to native Australian animals, including many endangered ones. You can see Tasmanian devils, emus, wombats, dingoes, and more. You can also hand-feed wallabies at the park. Please note that the Koala encounter at Moonlit Sanctuary is optional. The encounter must be booked on arrival at Moonlit Sanctuary – just talk to your friendly tour guide so they can help you book this in on the day. Phillip Island After the sanctuary, you will make your way to Phillip Island. Your first stop on the island will be Point Grant and The Nobbies. The westernmost point on the island, Point Grant affords spectacular views of the surrounding bay. As you walk along the boardwalk, you will see Little Penguins hiding under the boardwalk or peeking their heads out from the burrows as they wait for their mates to return for the night. You will also be able to see Seal Rocks and a horde of Australian Fur Seals that call the rocky outcrop home. Penguin Parade The final item on your day tour of Phillip Island will also be the highlight of everyone’s experience - the iconic Penguin Parade. With this standard entry ticket, make your way to the arena as the sun begins to set as it marks the imminent start of the parade. Watch in amazement as Little Penguins leave the sea and waddle past you as they head back to their burrows. A daily ritual that has attracted thousands of visitors to the island, you will see hundreds of penguins reunite with their mates and share kisses, make little dance moves and head to their burrows for the night - capping the day with an unforgettable wildlife experience.
Guided Tour of Phillip Island
Guided Tour of Phillip Island

4.25

(4)

$105.86

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This epic adventure to Phillip Island will introduce you to some of Australia's most iconic wildlife as you spend your day in the company of penguins, kangaroos, koalas and more. Your day tour will begin in Melbourne when you will be picked up late morning and for the tour – no need to wake up at an ungodly hour to prepare for the day. Once you board the coach, the group visit the iconic Brighton Beach boxes for a fantastic photo opportunity before heading to Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. After plenty of time with the local Australian animals, journey to Phillip Island for the Penguin Parade. Moonlit Sanctuary The Moonlit Sanctuary is a 25-acre biopark on the Mornington Peninsula, an hour's drive from the center of Melbourne. This sanctuary is home to iconic Australian animals, especially the endangered ones. You can see kangaroos, koalas, tasmanian devils, emus, wombats, dingoes and more. For an additional fee, you can also hand feed wallabies and kangaroos at the park. Then, you are off to Phillip Island. Phillip Island Your first destination on Phillip Island will be the Nobbies Center. As you walk along the boardwalk, you will enjoy stunning coastal views of south Phillip Island and the Mornington Peninsula across the bay. If you're lucky, you will see Little Penguins hiding under the boardwalk or peeking their heads out from the burrows as they wait for their mates to return for the night. You will also be able to see Seal Rocks and a horde of Australian Fur Seals that call the rocky outcrop home. Penguin Parade The highlight of the tour, the Penguin Parade takes place once the sun begins to set and nighttime arrives. Make your way to the Penguin Parade Stadium, a purpose-built attraction with arena-like seating that allows you to comfortably watch the penguins without disturbing them. Take your seat and watch the amazing penguin parade unfold in front of you - hundreds upon hundreds of Little Penguins waddle back to their burrows under the setting sun. Watch them reunite with their mates as they share kisses, make little dance moves and head to their burrows for the night - a sight that is barely visible anywhere else in the world. The day-tour comes to an end as you are driven back to Melbourne by 9:45pm to 12am (seasonal).
Helicopter Ride over Melbourne
Phillip Island wildlife and Brighton Beach Boxes bus tour
Phillip Island Wildlife and Brighton Beach Boxes private car tour
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