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Let Phillip Island's resident fur seals entertain the whole family as they frolic around the island's famous Seal Rocks.

In the colonies

Not far from the Penguin Parade at the far south-western tip of Phillip Island is Seal Rocks, home to more than 16,000 fur seals – one of the largest colonies in Australia.

See the numbers grow during the October to December breeding season and watch as they sun themselves on the rocks, feeding their young, wrestling, or flopping into the cool water.

Cruising with the seals

For a closer look, join a wildlife cruise to Seal Rocks. Witness their natural environment first hand as your boat drifts within metres of thousands of fur seals. You might even get to meet these inquisitive creatures as they often approach the boat to see who's visiting.

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Beaches & coastlines

The Nobbies

Take in a myriad of stunning sights and curious creatures at The Nobbies, a magnificent headland on the south-western tip of Phillip Island.

Wildlife, zoos & farms

Phillip Island Nature Parks

See Phillip Island's little penguins emerge from the sea, peek at life inside a burrow, and spot other Australian animals at this wildlife wonderland.


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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.

Things to do


Enjoy the ride and let local knowledge guide you to Phillip island's stunning coastlines and landscapes, friendly wildlife and the Grand Prix track.

Outdoor activities

Scenic flights

Strap yourself in and explore the spectacular coastline, picturesque towns and myriad attractions of Victoria's Phillip Island on a helicopter tour.



Meet the island's famous penguin and experience that electrifying moment as you spot the first one emerge from the sea and waddle along the beach.