Explore the endless beaches, stunning landscapes and curious wildlife of an outdoor playground, and make the most of your island getaway.
See the sea
Run through the shallows of a sheltered beach, cruise the bay in a catamaran, join a kayak adventure to see Rhyll Inlet's waterbirds, or catch an early morning wave at Woolamai Beach.
What a catch
Unleash your inner seadog with a day on the jetty at San Remo, Newhaven or Cowes and take home a fresh catch of fish to friends and family. For the ultimate angling adventure, cruise out into Westernport Bay on a fishing charter and reel in the catch of a lifetime.
With over 1800 hectares of nature parks, the outdoors never looked so good. Stroll or cycle through mangrove habitats and spot migratory wading birds, or head to the coast and tackle a cliff top coastal walk.
Home to sheltered bays, a broad inlet and stunningly rugged coastlines, it’s no wonder Phillip Island caters for the best of water sports.
Splash around in the shallows at Phillip Island's sheltered bay beaches, or catch a wave at one of the wild surf beaches.
Explore Phillip Island on foot and be constantly surprised by the island's rich natural tapestry, no matter how many times you visit.
A couple of days are all it takes to explore the attractions on compact Phillip Island if you equip yourself with a bicycle and an adventurous spirit.
Cast a line in tranquil surrounds around Phillip Island and catch delicious fresh seafood to cook for fun family dinners right on the foreshore.
Phillip Island is a surfing playground boasting sheltered bays for beginners, powerful reef breaks, and one of the best surf beaches in the country.
A day on the water is an great way to sample the island’s aquatic treasures. Explore secret bays, catch fish, and experience abundant marine life.