Run along the track loops of Cape Woolamai and stop at viewing platforms to take in breathtaking views of the Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai Light and the old Granite Quarry. The ancient pink granite at Cape Woolamai is Phillip Island’s highest point, surfacing out of the ocean with sheer grandeur. This region is one of Australia’s most popular surfing beaches and its pristine natural environment is filled with rich surfing heritage. At the entrance of Cape Woolamai is a range of food choices and shopping venues.
At Maru Wildlife Park, get up close and personal with Australian wildlife including kangaroos, wombats and emus. A trip to Australia is made complete by taking a photo with Koalas, so don't miss out on that! Experience a variety of hands-on demonstrations and step inside a shearing shed to watch sheep shearing and learn more about wool grading. Then, make your way to the Chocolate Factory to grab some tasty chocolate treats or buy some souvenirs back for family and friends.
One of Australia’s most popular tourist attraction, the Penguin Parade showcases little penguins waddle from the ocean back to their sand dune homes after a long day in the sea. Witness the world’s smallest penguins and enjoy Mother Nature at her very best with this unforgettable experience.
Our Phillip Island Tour is coming soon, stay tuned for more updates!