Phillip Island Penguin Parade Tour – Large Coach $108

Operates: Daily

Departs: 1:00pm

Returns: 9:00pm – 11:30pm (seasonal)

Adults: $108

Children: $62.50 (2 – 14 years)

We recognise that the Phillip Island Tour is a long trip and some people would prefer to travel in a large coach which provides a little more room and some extra comfort. If you are travelling with infants or bus comfort is at the top of your list of priorities, your best bet is to book this Large Coach Phillip Island Tour. The tour is operated with a 48 or 56 seat large coach, with toilets on board for your comfort.

  • Entrance to the Penguin Parade
  • Entrance to Koala Conservation Centre
  • Meeting kangaroos at Warrook Farm
  • Travel onboard luxury coach with Wifi
  • Friendly & informative guide
Location Address Time
Adina Melbourne 189 Queen Street, Melbourne 12:40pm
Crown Towers – Attrium Entrance 8 Whiteman Street, Melbourne 1:05pm
Grand Hyatt 123 Collins Street, Melbourne 12:25pm
Ibis Hotel Therry Street 15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne 12:35pm
Intercontinental Melbourne The Rialto 495 Collins Street, Melbourne 12:50pm
Langham Hotel 1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank 1:15pm
Melbourne Marriot Hotel Cnr Lonsdale & Exhibition Street, Melbourne 12:30pm
Pan Pacific 2 Convention Centre Place, Melbourne 1:00pm
Radisson on Flagstaff 380 William Street, Melbourne 12:45pm
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins 25 Collins Street, Melbourne 12:20pm

There are no upgrade options for this tour

Phillip Island Penguin Parade Tour – Large Coach $108

The Large Coach Phillip Island Penguin Parade Tour Itinerary

Panoramic views of Western Port and French Island
San Remo – maritime fishing village
Warrook Farm for afternoon tea (own expense) where you have the opportunity to get up close and personal with kangaroos and koalas
Access to the Warrook Farm Homestead
Look for birdlife at the island wetlands (seasonal)
Phillip Island Nature Park – a natural home for koalas, seals, shearwaters and Little Penguins
Koala Conservation Centre – look for koalas in their natural habitat from tree-top boardwalks
The Nobbies – a rugged rocky outcrop (not guaranteed from May – November)
Witness the Penguin Parade on floodlit Summerland Beach for the best views of the Penguins
See penguin rookeries from an elevated boardwalk
Inspect the Visitors Centre – an opportunity to learn about the life of the Little Penguin
A dinner stop will be made before or after the Penguin Parade (dependent on season and at own expense)

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