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Small-Group Phillip Island Penguin Parade Day Trip from Melbourne Including Moonlit Sanctuary
"Enjoy the very best of Victoria’s wildlife nature and farming heritage. The Penguin Parade is an absolute ‘must’ on every visitor’s itinerary but this tour gives you so much more. After departing Melbourne your first stop is Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park where you can hand-feed cute wallabies on the Wallaby Walk (you may see little joeys peeking out of their mothers’ pouches) or have the opportunity to get a photo taken with a koala. There a you'll see sheep shearing and working dogs in action at the historic farm on neighboring Churchill Island before visiting the Koala Conservation Centre (watch out for koalas napping in the fork of a tree). Visit Phillip Island's dramatic Cape Woo the ultimate attraction: as dusk falls hundreds of Little Penguins popping out of the sea and waddling across the beach to their sand dune burrows in the Penguin Parade.Enhance your penguin-viewing experience with an upgrade to the Penguin Plus o""
From AUD139.00
 
Private Phillip Island Penguin Parade and Wine Tasting Day Trip Including Moonlit Sanctuary
"Your day starts in the early afternoon between 12pm and 2pm (departure time depends on the season you will be traveling).Your first stop is Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park Melbourne's award winning wildlife park where you are free to explore the 10 hectares of natural bushland and feed the kangaroos (food is provided) as well as viewing other Australian wildlife such as dingoes wombats wallabies emus reptiles and enjoying encounters with colorful birds. Your tour here includes a ""Koala cuddling"" encounter with a ranger presentation.  The next stop is to Bass Valley Estate where you will gasp at the magnificent views of this vineyard. R the winemaker
From AUD450.00
 
Moonlit Sanctuary Daytime General Entry
"Moonlit Sanctuary is home to over 60 Australian species. Many including about 80 kangaroos and wallabies are free to roam the bush and give visitors a rare natural encounter while others are housed in large natural enclosures. Colourful parrots abound waterbirds are at home in extensive wetlands and visitors can explore the flourishing bush foods garden.The critically endangered orange bellied parrot red bellied pademelons southern bettongs
From AUD20.00

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