- Discover magical views from the highest point of Phillip Island while hiking around Cape Woolamai
- Meet local wildlife at Moonlit Sanctuary and Phillip Island Nature Park
- Witness stunning views over the coastline and pounding surf at the Nobbies
Hike the highest point of Phillip Island and meet local wildlife, from koalas to penguins, at Cape Woolamai.
First you will stop at the famous Brighton Beach Boxes for some happy snaps, then head to Maru Koala Wildlife Sanctuary to get up close to these famous native animals. Your small group Cape Woolamai hike guides you through rugged rock formations, known as the Pinnacles, as you make your way to the highest point of Phillip Island. Here you’ll witness stunning views over the coastline and pounding surf below. After our easy/moderate 4.22-mile hike we will head into Cowes for a delicious lunch at the famous Island Whole Foods Cafe.
Next, you make your way to the Nobbies for an easy stroll along the boardwalk to discover impressive coastline views and the famous thundering blowhole. This area is home to Australia’s largest seal colony, little penguins, and silver gulls – it’s a wildlife lover’s dream.