Explore the last remaining remnant bushland on Phillip Island and look for koalas, wallabies and birds on three easy to ride, colour-coded loops. Complete your trip with a visit to the nearby Rhyll Wetlands, Conservation Hill and the Koala Conservation Centre.
Location: Phillip Island
Distance: 1.1 km return, 2.5 km return, 4.5 km return
Track: Generally smooth dirt or gravel track
Grade: Level 1 – No experience required, suitable for beginners and children.
Start: Oswin Roberts Reserve, Phillip Island
Finish: Oswin Roberts Reserve, Phillip Island
Note: This is a shared pathway and great to do with kids. See the information shelter at the car park for details
Getting there: Travel via Monash Freeway (M1) and South Gippsland Highway (A440) from Melbourne, and then Bass Highway (A420) towards Phillip Island. Turn right at the Anderson roundabout into Phillip Island Road, and travel through San Remo and across the bridge onto Phillip Island approximately 140km south-east of Melbourne.Turn right into Rhyll–Newhaven Road, left into Harbison Road, and the reserve car park is about 1km on the right.
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