Avoid the crowd (up to 3000 people per night!!), take this tour of max 10 with a knowledgeable ranger and you'll take home an unforgettable memory!
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Had an absolute blast last Thursday night at the parade despite weather and some tourists...it isn't all about them.. The guides were amazing and due to the inclimate weather once the bus loads fell off u could get right amounts the fury friends.
It was wonderful to finally see these amazing penguins with my own eyes. Very well run, great set up. Merchandise over priced but was definitely worth the trip to see phillip island penguins.
We upgraded to the Guided Ranger tour, which was very good. Along with the information she shared about the penguins, she supplied us with headphones to hear her, seat cushions for the concrete benches, binoculars, and a great location from which to view the penguins....More
The Penguin Parade is a great experience that is worth the time and expense. No photography is allowed so it forces you to enjoy the moment. They monitor everyone very closely so leave your phone/camera in your car. Pay for the plus experience, it’s worth...More
Watched the penguin parade in the underground viewing area, and was really amazed watching the little penguins at such close distance, and at eye level. It was one of those moving moments where you realized how much we needed to appreciate the beauty of nature....More
Watching the little penguins emerge from the ocean at night and scamper across the beach is a nice way to engage a little with the wildlife on this beautiful island. Best advice, rug up and depending where you are sitting a small waterproof padded mat...More
My husband and I joined a small tour to visit the Penguin parade and we were really moved by this experience. The little Blue Penguins are incredible and must be so strong and focussed to go through the ritual each night of coming back to...More
STRICTLY NO PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED, boooo! All because you can’t trust someone to not blind the little Fairy Penguins on their March back up the beach from a day of hunting the open sea for food. A cute parade to witness and maybe more memorable after...More