Phillip Island Wildlife Park Cowes
Where is it at?
Phillip Island Wildlife Park
2115 Phillip Island Rd
Tel: 3 59 522 038
Where are we going today?
|Phillip Island Wildlife Park|
There are over 100 species spread across this 60 acre environment where many of the species are free roaming and may be encountered at any time, particularly kangaroos and wallabies who can be hand fed.
There are a large variety of birds living here, plus koalas and bats who can be viewed by elevated boardwalks. Reptiles and snakes are also common in great numbers.
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 3 years
When can we go?
Open daily from 10am (except for Christmas Day); Last admission and closing time vary depending on t
Indoor food tables available, plus kiosk..
Any Top Tips?
One bag of Kangaroo food is included with every ticket purchased per person. Extra Kangaroo food bag: 50 cents..
Can I get one of those?
Gift shop available..
What people are saying?
by an kp
The animals are just great and it is quite cheap for that amount of different species. A real must do if you are in this area, even though the place might not look sooo nice from the outside and could use a touch of new paint!
by Richard Gong
This is a must-see place if you ever come to Philip Island. I was surprised that this place was not in the official visitor guide or campaigned publicly. I asked the staff this question was told because this place is private. But I guess, as a tourist, we don't really care whether a place was run by government or not, do we?
The big grassland with so many Kangaroos running everywhere was absolutely stunning. It's the best place in Melbourne to get so close to them and feed them.. Highly recommend!!
by A Google User
Best nature experience on Phillip Island. A chance to actually touch the animals, rather than just watch behind fences. Not glitzy like the discovery centre, but definitely worth a visit and worth the money.
by A Google User
is not worth the money they didn't have the half the animals they say the do. the poor dingoes look so bored stuck in a paddock with nothing to do.
by Alissa Dmitrenko