Pristine white beaches and hi-octane motor sports, endless family fun and iconic wildlife, Phillip Island, just 90 minutes from Melbourne, will discover it all on a seaside vacation. See small penguins and sleepy koalas in their natural habitat, teach children to swim on a quiet beach in the bay, and soak up all the action at the Australian Grand Prix Motorcycle.
The walk starts next to the Nobbies Centre, a large visitor center and café constructed at the end of the Point Grant road. At the beginning there are viewing scopes, so take a few coins and see if you can take a closer look at the Seal Rocks fur seals about 1.5 kilometers off the shoreline.
Start the broad forested boardwalk down to a switchback where the view over Western Port is described by a plate. Look up Phillip Island's north coast, where grassy bluffs fall into a bay of blue water over rocky fingers. Western Port has significant fur seals, whales, dolphins, and other livestock breeding and feeding waters.
It is important to note that, beyond the Penguin Parade, all roads to the Nobbies Center are closed from sunset to sunrise in order to protect the little penguins ' habitat. Time for your visit. There is a gravel road along the coast between the Penguin Parade and the Nobbies Centre, which provides minimal vehicle traffic and provides a good 4-kilometer route for hikers and bikers who want to explore more of the coast around the Nobbies. On the Nobbies Boardwalks, dogs and bicycles are not allowed. Exploring Point Grant on Phillip Island requires no fee or license, so get out and appreciate!
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