Your guide to Phillip Island: attractions, activities, food, and accommodation
Fairy penguins, wildlife cruises, wineries, bars, and bush. There’s plenty to see, eat, drink and do in Victoria’s Phillip Island.
Just 90 minutes from Melbourne lies the world’s largest colony of Little Penguins. In Phillip Island, off the southern coast of Victoria, adults and children alike can indulge in a weekend of fun and activity, from a wildlife cruise to see the summer seals or winter whales, a chocolaterie with the world's largest chocolate waterfall, an Antarctic Discovery tour, or a frolic on the beach while feeding the pelicans at nearby San Remo.
A popular beachside getaway for Victorians, Australians and international tourists alike, Phillip Island has long been seen as the ultimate escape. This holiday locale has plenty to do year-round, from coastline walks and seaside fun, to visiting natural wildlife and activities the whole family can enjoy.
Whether you’re looking to visit during summer or winter, for a weekend or longer stay, here’s our guide on what to do, eat, drink, and where to stay in Phillip Island on Victoria’s southern coast.