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Phillip Island

At the head of Western Port Bay, Phillip Island is visited by over 3,500,000 people throughout the year in addition to the thousands that stay there over the vacation periods.

An island of rugged coastlines, plenty of history and of course, its Grand Prix racing circuit and world famous penguin parade.

The Nobbies

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A spectacular coastline battered by wind and waves. The Nobbies are a series of short basalt projections off the coastline of… Read More »The Nobbies

Cowes

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The every popular main, tourist township of Phillip Island. On the island’s northern shore, Cowes faces Western Port Bay and… Read More »Cowes

Newhaven

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At the doorway to Phillip Island The first town everyone arrives at when going to Phillip Island, Newhaven is a… Read More »Newhaven

Rhyll

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A small fishing and tourist village enjoying the sheltered sailing conditions of Western Port Bay.  Located on the north eastern… Read More »Rhyll