Phillip Island, with it's natural beauty and serenity, is also renowned as a home to nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, galleries, musicians and music festivals along with exciting events such as the MotoGP, V8 Supercars and World Superbikes.
Discover the delights of many family-friendly attractions that will keep the whole family busy, engaged and wanting more.
No trip to Phillip Island is complete without a stop-off to the totally fun, A Maze'N Things. It's a little world of optical illusions, mazes, lateral thinking, mental exercise and puzzles that will entertain, amuse and intrigue both the kids and adults alike.
Plan a definite half a day here (though you can spend as long as you like) as you're going to need it with so much to do, see and explore inside and outdoors.
Mini golf was a real highlight with our kids. They must have spent over an hour practising their swings!
If you're wanting a farm adventure or even taking a little time out and heading to Phillip Island on a mini break, Caldermeade Farm is the perfect way to break the journey.
We were drawn to Caldermeade Farm as it meant the kids could have a run around, experience a new farm, we could get a coffee and devour some lunch.
Koala Conservation Centre
One of Australia's most recognised icons is right at your fingertips at the Koala Conservation Centre. And as you venture through the tree-top boardwalks scattered throughout the park, you will come within metres of seeing them in their natural habitat. It's actually quite fun playing 'spot the koala' with the kids as Koala's aren't all that active, instead preferring to laze about in forked branches chowing down on eucalyptus leaves.
You could quite easily walk past a tree and not even know that there's a koala there if you're not looking for them. You can also find other animals in the park. We saw many different species of birds and a couple of wallabies, but you might also run into a snake, echidna or bats.