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The Nobbies Centre. Only 5 minutes from the Penguin Parade this spectacular headland offers stunning ocean views from clifftop boardwalks. View the world’s largest Australian Fur Seal colony at Seal Rocks, approximately 2km offshore. Home to the...more
1370 Ventnor Road | Summerlands Estate, Summerlands, Phillip Island, Victoria 3922, Australia
It’s a good resting spot in Philip Island with a panoramic sea view! We ordered Onion Rings & Cappuccino which was tasty😋. There have an adventure theatre to visit. You have to pay the entrance fee. We didn’t go as we prefer to take rest...More
We visited here when there was a good swell running and so was quite spectacular with the waves crashing over the rocks. The blowhole was worth the walk with some massive waves crashing ashore.
Easy walking on the boardwalk but this is a very exposed...More
A must see place to go when visiting Philip Island. The Nobbies Centre is well laid out and informative. We walked the tracks all around for spectacular views if the coastline and on the way we saw penguins in their burrows. The walking was easy...More
I've been to Phillip Island several times, and each time, my family will always make a trip to The Nobbies Centre simply for the great views, and a truly amazing walk just right outside. The winds are almost always strong, and it can be really...More
We visited the Nobbies centre to visit the “Antarctic journey” exhibit
Great fun learning about wildlife conservation on the island, as well as learning about Antarctica and the penguins, seals and whales that live there
Lots of interactive exhibits for families and set ups to...More
Great view and great facilities but food is expensive, slow and nothing special.
I paid $29 for a pasta that looked good on the menu, waited 30 minutes for the food to come and I wasn't sure if the mussels were safe to eat as...More
The exhibition part of Nobbies was very interesting, especially for our little eco-warriors. The disappointing part came when we sat down for lunch. They make you pay $5 for bottled water, no other water is available. If they are serious about the environment, as a...More
Response from SmithGatwick | Reviewed this property |
The penguin parade is an evening activity as they don’t come ashore until dusk, around 830pm. The koala place is ok but if you want real interaction with some of Australia’s animals visit the Phillip Island wildlife park... More
The penguin parade is an evening activity as they don’t come ashore until dusk, around 830pm. The koala place is ok but if you want real interaction with some of Australia’s animals visit the Phillip Island wildlife park. It’s only 19 AUD
per adult which includes a bag of food for the residents. You can see koalas, snakes, wombats, owls, dingos, cassowary and many more. The wallabies hop freely around the park and will feed from your hand. There’s also a huge paddock containing emus and kangaroos which you can wander around at your leisurely whilst feeding the animals. Fantastic, definitely worth a visit.
Response from Thescheff | Reviewed this property |
We tend to go late morning or early afternoon to avoid the traffic headed for the Penguin Parade towards dusk. The scenery is spectacular so every time of Day has its own reward. There really is no bad time to visit the... More
We tend to go late morning or early afternoon to avoid the traffic headed for the Penguin Parade towards dusk. The scenery is spectacular so every time of Day has its own reward. There really is no bad time to visit the Nobbies.