For a fun-filled family holiday in Australia, a terrific destination is Phillip Island. From fantastic mazes to animal parks to sweet chocolate treats, Phillip Island has something for everyone in your family to enjoy.
Things to Do on Phillip Island
When you visit Phillip Island, you will find that there are so many things to do, you will either want to extend your stay or continue to come back again and again.
A Maze’N Things – Puzzle lovers will be amazed at the fun that they will have when they visit A Maze’N Things, which is an array of optical illusions, mazes, puzzles and more. There are many activities and interactive exhibits, such as Illusion Rooms, the Rotating Room and a Mirror Maze. Don’t forget to take a trip down the LOOK OUT!!!! Slide, the tallest vertical slide in the southern hemisphere, if you dare! There is even a 19-hole miniature golf course waiting to challenge you and your family.
Phillip Island Chocolate Factory – Chocolate lovers will never want to leave this amazing fantasy world of chocolate. You will get to enjoy free samples of handmade Belgian chocolates, including one of their famous “secret recipe” white truffles. There are lots of fun exhibits, many of which are interactive, and games of skill that reward winners with delicious chocolate treats. Learn how chocolates are made, and you can even make your own personalized chocolate bar at the Panny’s Amazing Chocolate Machine.
Phillip Island Helicopters – Enjoy the view of Phillip Island from above as you take a fun and exciting helicopter tour of the area. There are a number of tours and services offered by Phillip Island Helicopters, including winery tours, fishing tours, hiking and more. Tours are offered year-round and all packages include pick-up and drop-off from your Phillip Island accommodation.
Phillip Island Nature Park/Koala Conservation Centre – See cute koalas in their natural habitat as you stroll along treetop boardwalks and stop at the many viewing areas at the Koala Conservation Centre. Enjoy learning more about koalas when you take the ranger-led Koala Eco-Explorer Tour or view other Australian wildlife as you enjoy the woodland walk. There is also a koala breeding program at the centre in a close viewing area for the public. The Koala Conservation Centre should be a stop when you go to the Penguin Parade.