At the world famous Penguin Parade, little penguins arrive for their nightly walk ashore as the sun goes down.
The Nobbies is the closest headland to Australia's largest fur seal colony. Visit the information centre to view the seals through binoculars, or wander the boardwalks for breathtaking views of the Bass Coast.
There are some truly beautiful coastal walks throughout Phillip Island. We recommend the Cape Woolamai trail, which takes in attractions like the Pinnacles, Pulpit Rock and the historical Phillip Island summit beacon.
Every day at noon, the San Remo Fisherman's Co-op feeds the pelicans on the San Remo beach. Buy some fish and chips at the restaurant and watch the show the kids will love it.
Fig and Olive is a modern restaurant popular for its share platters and wood fired pizzas. Try the seafood paella or the roasted king prawn and morten bay bug risotto. The bar also features a nice collection of local wines.
Join your fellow revheads at the motorcycling event of the year. The world's best riders defy the laws of nature when they race around the track, and the atmosphere in the stands is absolutely infectious.