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Explore an island where nature and wildlife abounds. Get up close to little penguins, come face-to-face with snoozing koalas and cheer on Grand Prix heroes as you savour every inch of Phillip Island, less than two hours from Melbourne.

Beside the sea

Grab your towel and cool off with a dip at the picturesque north-facing beach before heading down to the world famous Grand Prix circuit. Catch major events including the Moto GP and V8 Supercars or rev up on a go kart. Wind down afterwards with a stroll through the myriad cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Catch a wave or a feed

Pick up fresh seafood in San Remo, or cross the bridge to the village of Newhaven to catch your own. Take the kids to Churchill Island, the site of Victoria's first European settlement, or hit the waves at Cape Woolamai, one of the state's best surf beaches.

Cuddly koalas

Wander along Rhyll's beach and absorb the relaxed atmosphere of the esplanade, stand cheek to furry cheek with koalas at the Koala Conservation Centre or spot birdlife at Rhyll Inlet.

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Rhyll

Wander through the pristine natural surrounds of Rhyll and discover abundant local wildlife.

Cowes

Feel a distinct seaside holiday vibe and celebrate a relaxed life by the water in bustling Cowes.

Newhaven

Catch fish from the jetty or picnic by the bridge at Phillips Island's picturesque seaside village.

San Remo

Greet the fishing boats of San Remo as they return home with their bounties of fresh seafood.

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Things to do

Family activities

Experience a memorable seaside holiday full of family attractions, friendly wildlife and sheltered bays perfect for a spot of beach cricket.

Outdoor activities

Water sports

Home to sheltered bays, a broad inlet and stunningly rugged coastlines, it’s no wonder Phillip Island caters for the best of water sports.

Action sports

Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Visitor Centre

Get your motor running with go-karting, guided circuit tours, a history of motor sport display, as well as Australia's largest slot car track.

Nature & wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Discover a beach to suit everyone at Phillip island's sheltered bay beaches and wild surf beaches, blowholes, caves and unusual rock formations.