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Go to Philip Island (Melbourne Penguin Island) to see penguins homing, ticket prices and stands

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[Free Tour]     04 Dec 2019
Philip Island, also known as Penguin Island, south of Melbourne, is by far the world's largest wild penguin conservation base, with more than 30, 000 Australian and New Zealand unique blue penguins living on the island. a tourist area has been set up to allow visitors to watch the nesting of the little blue penguins at night, attracting more than 500000 visitors each year to watch these lovely lit...

Philip Island (Phillip Island, south of Melbourne, is by far the largest wild penguin conservation base in the world. More than 30, 000 small blue penguins unique to Australia and New Zealand live on the island. A tourist area has been set up on the island to allow tourists to watch the little blue penguins homing home at night, attracting more than 500000 tourists to watch these lovely little guys each year. It can bring an unprecedented unique experience to tourists.


These lovely little blue penguins usually move only at night, docile and timid, like to nest in sand dunes on the coast, go out at night, go to sea during the day to find food, and wait until it is dark. For thousands of years, these lovely little guys have returned to their homes on a fixed route. For fear that the lights will scare these timid guys, Philip Island`s beach will be controlled at night, with only a few small light bulbs in the tourist area for more than a thousand meters of sea stalls.


Go to Philip Island (Melbourne Penguin Island) to see penguins homing, ticket prices and stands


A detailed explanation of the penguin homing stand 

Go to Philip Island (Melbourne Penguin Island) to see penguins homing, ticket prices and stands

Stand schematic diagram


Go to Philip Island (Melbourne Penguin Island) to see penguins homing, ticket prices and stands

Ordinary stands can accommodate 3500 people.


Go to Philip Island (Melbourne Penguin Island) to see penguins homing, ticket prices and stands

Preferred stands for up to 300 people


Go to Philip Island (Melbourne Penguin Island) to see penguins homing, ticket prices and stands

Underground stands, capable of accommodating 70 people, the most popular stand


Penguin Homing Ticket Price (2019). 

  • Ordinary stand (General Viewing, accommodates up to 3500 people): adults: 26.6 Australian dollars, children (4 15 years old): 13.2 Australian dollars
  • Preferred stand (Penguins Plus, accommodates up to 300 people): adults: 55 Australian dollars, children (4 15 years old): 27.5 Australian dollars
  • Underground stand (Underground Viewing, accommodates up to 70 people): 70 Australian dollars, children (4 15 years old): 35 Australian dollars


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