2 days to explore the natural wonders of South Victoria
Magical penguin parade at dusk on Phillip Island
Chances to encounter kangaroos, koalas & emus
Stunning scenery at Wilsons Promontory National Park
Guided bushwalks & hikes with panoramic coastal views
What's included, what's not
Guided overnight tour to Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory National Park
All park and admission fees
1 night accommodation included
Lunch on day 1 and Light Breakfast on day 2
Friendly & informative professional tour guide
Complimentary on-board Wi-Fi throughout your journey
Live tour commentary provided in English
All transfers including pick-up from selected hotels in air-conditioned comfort
Meals & drinks unless otherwise stated
Optional Koala Encounter Upgrade (additional fee paid on day of tour)
What you can expect
Explore the natural beauty of Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory National Park on this 2-day guided tour from Melbourne. Discover an abundance of wildlife in the forests, surrounded by spectacular coastlines and outer islands. You can also witness a magical penguin parade.
Day 1 Be picked up from Melbourne city and travel to Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. Encounter friendly native animals like koalas and kangaroos (BBQ lunch included)
Arrive at Phillip Island and visit Churchill Island, go back in time with 1800's cottages, farm animals and interesting shows!
Be blown away by the rock formations of the Nobbies, home to seals, penguins, and various sea birds. But the highlight of your day happens at Summerland Beach, where hundreds of little penguins make their way across the beach, returning to their sand dune burrows before sunset. In the evening, relax and enjoy an overnight stay at your cosy island accommodation.
Day 2 Travel towards the southernmost point of mainland Australia, Wilsons Promontory National Park. Explore the park by foot, guided along easy- to medium-grade walks. Take in pristine white beaches, panoramic views, and coastal forests. With a little luck, get up-close views of kangaroos, wombats, and emus during your trek.