This tiny island of 57 hectares is now open to the public as an historic working farm that boasts significant natural and cultural values with world-class wetlands, ancient Moonah trees, heritage gardens and historic buildings.
The Visitor Centre features an exhibition on the history of the island, quality gift shop and licensed café. Enjoy lunch with a glass of wine whilst taking in the breathtaking views of Western Port. ...Read more
The Rhyll Trout & Bush Tucker farm provides you with a natural fishing experience without needing any fishing experience!
Friendly fishing instructors will teach you to catch rainbow trout in a picturesque tree-lined lake and the all-weather indoor “Rainforest Pool.” Take your catch with you or ask the chef to transform your trout into a magnificent meal.
The licensed Farmhouse Café offers Devonshire tea, home style meals and a huge variety of home made bush tucker products. ...Read more
Pannys Amazing World of Chocolate is a celebration of all things chocolate, with interactive machines to play with, fascinating facts and the ability to make your own chocolate on the spot.
All visitors receive a complimentary chocolate on entry, plus your actual entry ticket is made of chocolate…so you can eat it! If you’re lucky, you will be offered one of Panny’s ‘secret recipe’ White Truffles too ...Read more
Catch a wave against the backdrop of ancient pink granite at Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island's highest point and one of Victoria's most popular surfing beaches. The region was recently declared a National Surfing Reserve in recognition of its rich surfing heritage and pristine natural environment.
Walk along the golden, sweeping beaches at any time of the year. Follow one of the four coastal walking track loops at Cape Woolamai and stop at viewing platforms to take in breathtaking views of the Pinnacles...Read more
San Remo is the gateway to Phillip Island, a lively seaside town where fishing and dining options are plenty.
Every day at 12 noon, the local Pelicans arrive at the San Remo Pier for their daily serve of fish. See anywhere between 15 to 30 pelicans. There are also large Sting rays that can often be seen from the Pier.
Walk in the footsteps of the island's early inhabitants on a stroll along the cliffs from San Remo to Kilcunda on the George Bass Coastal Walk. Take detours to deserted beaches and bays, passing by Quarry Rocks where stone was once quarried. ...Read more
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