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Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island 03 5952 8000 Please note: Guests paying with a credit card will incur a merchant service fee of 0.90% in addition to the total amount payable. We thank you for your understanding. 2128 Phillip Island Road, Cowes VIC 3922 Australia. Reception hours: Sat - Thu 7am to 8pm, Fri 7am to 9pm,

Points of Interest

Churchill Island – 15 mins
Churchill Island Heritage Farm is a working farm with highland cattle, sheep, ducks, chickens and Clydesdale horses. Ranger talks, machinery demonstrations and festivals bring the island to life throughout the year. Accessed by a bridge from Phillip Island, Churchill Island is a place where one can step back in time to immerse in fascinating history.

Koala Conservation Centre – 3 mins
Explore the treetop boardwalks and see koalas up close in their natural habitat.

Moonlit Sanctuary – 1hr 5 mins
Meet endangered Australian native animals in a natural bushland setting on a magical evening walk. Moonlit Sanctuary was voted the number one wildlife park experience in the RACV poll for Victoria’s 101 best tourist experiences!

Phillip Island Nature Parks – The Nobbies Centre
This area offers spectacular coastal scenery from the boardwalks and lookout points. Stroll along The Nobbies Centre boardwalk whilst admiring magnificent views along Phillip Island’s rugged south coast. See the blowhole - a sea cave that rages during big southern swells. The sea bird gardens that wind their way along the boardwalk bloom with spectacular flowering displays in the spring and offer a safe haven for silver gulls that nest there. Chicks can be seen during spring and early summer and little penguins can also be spotted resting in the sunshine. As you look out over Bass Strait from The Nobbies Centre, you see the rocky outcrop known as Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest fur seal colony.

Driving times are approximate.

Churchill Island – 15 mins

Churchill Island Heritage Farm is a working farm with highland cattle, sheep, ducks, chickens and Clydesdale horses. Ranger talks, machinery demonstrations and festivals bring the island to life throughout the year. Accessed by a bridge from Phillip Island, Churchill Island is a place where one can step back in time to immerse in fascinating history.

 

Koala Conservation Centre – 3 mins

Explore the treetop boardwalks and see koalas up close and in their natural habitat.

 

Moonlit Sanctuary – 1hr 5 mins

Meet endangered Australian native animals in a natural bushland setting on a magical evening walk. Voted the number one wildlife park experience in the RACV poll for Victoria’s 101 best tourist experiences!

 

Phillip Island Nature Parks – The Nobbies Centre

This area offers spectacular coastal scenery from the boardwalks and lookout points. Stroll along The Nobbies Centre boardwalk whilst admiring magnificent views along Phillip Island’s rugged south coast. See the blowhole; a sea cave that rages during big southern swells. The sea bird gardens that wind their way along the boardwalk bloom with spectacular flowering displays in the spring and offer a safe haven for Silver Gulls that nest there. Chicks can be seen during spring and early summer and little penguins can also be spotted resting in the sunshine. As you look out over Bass Strait from The Nobbies Centre, you see the rocky outcrop known as Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest fur seal colony.

 

Driving times are approximate.

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