Come to Phillip Island with Bunyip Tours, experience the penguin parade and the best of Victoria's nature and wildlife. Get up close and personal with the friendly residents of the Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park where you can hand feed kangaroos and wallabies, have your photo taken with a koala (additional cost) and learn about the conservation of these loveable native animals.
The eco certified sanctuary also showcases some lesser known but equally adorable endangered species including the Southern Bettong, Eastern Quolls and rare Fluffy Gliders. Visit historic Churchill Island and see sheep shearing in action. Time permitting you visit stunning Cape Woolamai surf beach and the Nobbies before arriving at Summerland beach for the nightly penguin parade.
Home to Victoria's largest colony of little penguins, Summerland beach provides a spectacular backdrop to the world famous penguin parade. Watch as hundreds of little penguins make their way across the beach and go home for the night. Come and enjoy the beauty and native wildlife of Phillip Island with Bunyip Tours and make this a journey to remember.
Price & booking
Tour pricing information (GST included)
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Cancellation and booking policy
Cancellation within 24 to 48 hours of tour departure incur a 50 per cent loss of ticket fee, cancellation within 24 hours of tour departure or a no show will result in a 100 per cent loss of the ticket price.
Days of operation
Departure times winter months
Departure details: 01/04/13 - 01/10/13
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun: 10:00am - 10:00pm
departure times (summer months)
Departure details: 02/10/13 - 31/03/15
Tour starting location
- Courtesy transfer
- Check-in desk
The multi-award winning Bunyip Tours has been operating tours to Victoria's premier destinations for over 15 years.
Tours include the spectacular Great Ocean Road and Grampians, Phillip Island and the famous penguin parade, Wilsons Promontory NP and the Mornington Peninsula, as well as extended tours from Melbourne to Sydney including an unforgettable and authentic farm stay experience.
Tours are operated in small coaches with a maximum of 24 people, ensuring personalised, educational and interactive experiences for all guests.
Bunyip Tours is very proud of its standing as a 100 per cent carbon balanced business, which encompasses its entire operation.
Bunyip Tours offer several different tours to most destinations providing even more flexibility. Choose between a one day Great Ocean Road Classic Tour and one day Great Ocean Road Sunset Tour or extend the journey to include the breathtaking Grampians region on a three day trip with an Adelaide connection option.
There are different types of Phillip Island tours to choose from, the Afternoon Wildlife Tour, which includes an encounter with Australia's wildlife at Moonlit Sanctuary, Panny's Amazing World of Chocolate as well as the world famous penguin parade and the Phillip Island Penguin Parade Ultimate Eco Tour, which visits the Koala Conservation Centre, historic Churchill Island and the spectacular views over Cape Woolamai.
Wilsons Promontory, or the Prom as it is affectionately known to many people, can be experienced in combination with Phillip Island on the two day Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory Wildlife Extravaganza or on its own on a day tour.
There are also several tours to the Mornington Peninsula to choose from including strawberries, wineries and the Peninsula Hot Springs and even a Horseback and Winery tour.
Bunyip also operates the popular Official Neighbours Tour as well as private group charters.
Office hours during are extended after first of September, please call office to check. Reservations can be placed over the phone 24 hours a day.
Sunday to Saturday
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