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Phillip Island Wildlife Park

#3 of 24 things to do in Cowes Features Animals
2115 Phillip Island Rd, Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria 3922, Australia
+61 3 5952 2038
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US$ 117.41*
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Phillip Island Day Tour Including Wildlife Park and Grand Prix Circuit
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2115 Phillip Island Rd, Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria 3922, Australia
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+61 3 5952 2038
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

This park is quite excellent. While the facilities are not up to what you would find in say Healesville Sanctuary, given the gate price this place lets you see quite a wide range of Australian Native Wildlife, including some very active Tasmanian Devils and some...More

Thank The_Y-man
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Only my second time to Phillip Island but stayed for the Penguins last time but leaving next day so couldn't this time but the views and seeing sine penguins was so lovely. The cafe was closed for some reason yet its March and the most...More

Thank JEANDALBY
Reviewed 3 April 2017 via mobile

To be honest, the park is old in places, but still a lot of fun. Hand feeding animals and spotting joeys in their pouches, we had a great time.

Thank SophieNyegs
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

Poorly maintained and needs a revamp! Sad seeing large birds of prey in run down small enclosures. Felt more like a prison than a sanctuary. Left with a feeling of sadness.

Thank Erin A
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

Lots of close encounters feeding the many animals. Most of the animals are tame and comfortable with humans which makes it so much more enjoyable. The emus are funny, just hang onto your bag of food! The wombat and baby wombat were very cute. Lots...More

Thank Bruce S
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

We spent several hours here feeding both red and grey kangaroos, wallabies, cassowaries, Wombats, emus and more! When we visited there were also many baby joeys in pouches which are adorable to see. I recommend getting there as early in the day whilst the animals...More

Thank Kaxtlin
Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

Had loads of fun feeding the kangaroos as they were free range and very friendly. Despite the greedy emus trying to snatch the feed from us constantly. Entrance fee for family was very affordable, less than $50 for family of 4. There were wallabies, ducks,...More

Thank Jennifer C
Reviewed 16 March 2017

A huge zoo where you can interact with many of the animals like wallabies (you can feed them), kangaroos and emus. So many animals and some roam free. They have nearly all the typical Australian native animals including dingos, cassowary, quokkas, platypus, tas devil and...More

Thank vjtiff
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

I ventured here as it is one of many nature reserves and is well maintained and accessible. The board walk meanders around the headland opposite the Nobbies gives great views even when the clouds are out. It was fun to penguin spot as during the...More

Thank Mags M
Reviewed 14 March 2017

A wonderful experience for the family, but the grounds appear to be neglected. Dead trees everywhere and a bit of a desolate feeling. The grandkids did not seem to notice, but we did. Recommend you wear boots, or make sure you have a change of...More

Thank Carol P
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s_anuar
Hi, i went through the Phillip Island WildLife Park website but could not find anywhere i can buy tickets online. Should i just buy them over the counters? Also, how long should i spend my time there? Is 2 hours enough?
19 November 2016|
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Response from navyfenton | Reviewed this property |
buy ticket at the venue. Spend at least 2 hours.
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Anson I
What is the closing time in winter?
14 June 2016|
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Response from Peter H | Reviewed this property |
They are open 9 to 5, with the last entry at 4.30pm. Hope it helps :)
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Peter J
What is the price at this place ??
6 March 2015|
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Response from 8pairs | Reviewed this property |
Yep, $17 per adult, $8.50 child up to 14. Family entry is $46. All includes a bag of food in which to feed the kangaroos/wallabies or other animals you may be able to attract.
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