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Phillip Island

South of Point Hunter, Norfolk Island 2899, Australia
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A great way to spend half a day

A visit to Phillip is another must do if your visiting Norfolk island in my opinion. But be warned... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2016
zas91
,
Brisbane, Australia
via mobile
An absolute must - if you can!

On my second visit to Norfolk I finally got the chance to visit Phillip Island - and I took it... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2016
tav_mind
,
Canberra
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South of Point Hunter, Norfolk Island 2899, Australia
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Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

A visit to Phillip is another must do if your visiting Norfolk island in my opinion. But be warned it does need a basic level of physical fitness and also some basic climbing skills as you do need to climb up a steep hill to...More

Thank zas91
Reviewed 28 July 2016

On my second visit to Norfolk I finally got the chance to visit Phillip Island - and I took it readily. I travelled with Dave Biggs from Charter Marine - so very impressed by this man's skill with the boat! Needless to say, getting onto...More

3  Thank tav_mind
Reviewed 23 April 2016

I admit I cheated. I knew I wasn't fit enough to land and climb up the island but I wanted to see it close up so I went out on the boat that dropped people off then took the rest deep sea fishing. It meant...More

Thank Sandra R
Reviewed 15 December 2015

We had high hopes for the trip to Phillip Island .. for the landscape, bird life and flora. Unfortunately the tour can only go at the pace of the slowest person and on our tour we had a person with a heart condition. There is...More

1  Thank Donald H
Reviewed 14 November 2015

With a local guide leading us, four of us hiked to the top of Phillip Island. The views were incredible. The bird life was wonderful. It could be a bit arduous if one is not in shape. But the views are worth it.

2  Thank R B
Reviewed 3 June 2015

A lovely multi colored mostly rock Island a few miles off shore. It was a fully vegetated Island at one point but pest species had to be eliminated and the lush greenery disappeared. It is slowly starting to return!

12  Thank USMC_Recon_2003
Reviewed 23 April 2015

3 of us joined Dave Biggs trekking tour to Phillip Island 7 kms by boat across to Phillip Island. The morning we went was fairly rough going over so either wear wet weather gear or take a change of clothes. On the trek we were...More

3  Thank geoffofulladulla
Reviewed 8 January 2014

We did a boat cruise around the 3 islands. Phillip Island is so beautiful, and it is great to see the regeneration of plant life occurring after the removal of feral animals.

4  Thank Linda H
Reviewed 7 December 2013

It's frustrating to read reviews from people who think they've visited Phillip Island which is an uninhabited island off Norfolk Island. There are no penguins - these are on Phillip Island which close to Melbourne, Victoria. Neither are their toilets or fuel outlets. Nothing. It's...More

2  Thank nzlilibet
Reviewed 11 October 2013

Having read the previous reviews for Phillip island, Norfolk Island, I am now confused and feel that the previous reviews were not for Phillip island Norfolk Island but instead for Phillip island Victoria. Phillip island, Norfolk Island does now have penguins, or koalas. There are...More

2  Thank SaZ J
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