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Phillip Island Walking Tour

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Dianne's Venture Tours

Take in the amazing scenery as you walk Phillip's Island's Cape Woolamai Trail. Cape Woolamai is Phillip Island's highest point and offers spectacular views of Phillip Island and the surrounding coastline.

Between October and April this area is home to thousands of shearwaters. You can also choose another walk you would like to do, either the Pyramid Rock to Berry’s Beach Walk or George Bass Coastal Walk, both take around the same time to complete, approximately 3.5 hours.

Your tour also includes a visit to the Purple Hen Winery and enjoy some wine tasting, pickup and drop-off from your Phillip Island or San Remo hotel, and morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

Price & booking

Price

$80.00

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Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 08/03/17 - 03/03/18

    Daily: 9:00am - 6:00pm

Tour operator

Dianne’s Venture Tours was developed as a very friendly tour business offering small group tour packages (maximum of 10 people) in walking, cycling, golf, food and wine and general interests in the area. Concentrating in the Phillip Island and Bass Coast area.

There is no one better equipped to help you enjoy all that this popular area has to offer. Specialising in providing personalised tours, Dianne’s Venture Tours go to great lengths to ensure that you enjoy your walking, cycling or golf experience and have journey to remember.

The different walking and cycling tours take you through some of Victoria’s scenic and rugged coastline Australia has to offer, with a selection of local food and wine experiences available too.

Let Dianne’s Venture Tours take care of the logistics of your selected tour so you are free to focus on enjoying the experience along the way.

Dianne’s Venture Tours offer a variety of tours that explore the different parts of Phillip Island and the Bass Coast. Customised itineraries can also be tailored to suit your specific needs.

Memberships:
  • Tourism Council Australia