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Two Day Phillip Island & Wilsons Promontory Wildlife tour

400 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

Get out of the hustle and bustle of the city for a few days on our two day Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory Tour.

Day one will see you head down to Phillip Island, stopping off at Moonlit Sanctuary to meet some locals. You’ll be able to hand feed kangaroos and wallabies, or even cuddle a koala (fee applicable).

Next it is off to Phillip Island to see the world famous Penguin Parade. While on the island we have a range of activities to keep you entertained while we wait until the Little Penguins are ready to come ashore. After the parade you’ll spend the night on Phillip Island before connecting to our Wilsons Promontory tour. Once down at the Prom you’ll see emus and kangaroos again, but this time in the wild! You might even be lucky enough to see one of the secretive wombats that live on the Prom.

We’ll take you hiking to the top of one of the nearby mountains to take in the epic coastal vistas filled with white sand beaches and granite islands, then down to one of the untouched beaches to either cool off our just to relax.

Type Indicative prices

Price range depends on type of accommodation chosen - both shared and private room options are available. Please contact Bunyip Tours directly for further details. Please note that this tour is not recommended for children under the age of 12 due to the difficulty of walks involved in Wilson's Promontory.

$329.00 - $439.00


Accommodation as booked, Light breakfast, All Park Entry fees, Friendly/informative tour guide, Complimentary Wi-Fi on board

Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 01/06/20

    Tue/Sat: 10:00am - 08:00pm

Tour highlights:
  • Moonlit Sanctuary
    Native wildlife at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park where you can hand-feed cute wallabies on the Wallaby Walk, or get up close and personal with a cuddly koala (small fee applies)
  • Penguin Parade
    Take a stroll along the Nobbies boardwalk & enjoy spectacular views along Phillip Island’s rugged south coast. Aa dusk falls, watch hundreds of little blue penguins journey out of the ocean to begin their trek back to their homes in the sand dues as the famous Penguin Parade on Phillip Island.
  • Hiking and wildlife spotting
    Reach Wilsons Promontory, the most southern region of mainland Australia for an excellent chance to see kangaroos, wombats and emus in the wild. Hike through spectacular tracks such as Mt Bishop, & Lilly Pilly Gully to enjoy panoramic vistas of the area.
  • Squeaky Beach
    Be entertained by the pure white quartz ‘singing sands’ that will literally "squeak" under your feet, take a dip in the pristine waters or simply relax on the beach.

Winner of the Victorian Tourism Award for Major Transport and Tour Operator 2016 and 2017, Bunyip Tours is an innovative multi award winning tour company that creates adventures for travellers from all walks of life with personalised and interactive experiences.

Committed to providing service with warmth, understanding and professionalism to all its guests, Bunyip is always going the extra mile, offering their guests a simple booking process, hotel pick-ups, enthusiastic and informative guides, exclusive tour features, and modern vehicles seating a maximum of 24 guests.

Bunyip's mission is to see every one of its guests leave Victoria with a big smile on their face.

Bunyip has a diverse range of single and multi-day sightseeing tours from Melbourne to Victoria's premier destinations, including the Great Ocean Road, the Penguin Parade, Wilson's Promontory, Mornington Peninsula and Healesville Sanctuary and Puffing Billy. Bunyip Tours is the only operator with tours to the famous Neighbours television set.

With a commitment to taking care of the environment, using eco friendly lodging wherever possible and creating environmental awareness among its guests - You will be lightening your eco-foot print by travelling with Bunyip Tours.

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400 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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