- Phillip Island - Wikipedia
Phillip Island is an Australian island about 140 km (87 mi) south-southeast of Melbourne, Victoria The island was named after Governor Arthur Phillip, the first Governor of New South Wales, by explorer and seaman George Bass, who sailed in an open whale boat, arriving from Sydney on 5 January 1798 Phillip Island forms a natural breakwater for the shallow waters of the Western Port
- Phillip Island Ferry - Cowes
Phillip Island Ferry, Cowes If you don’t want to drive from Melbourne to Cowes, there is always the option of taking a ferry There are different places where you can take a Cowes ferry and enjoy the delights Phillip Island has in store for you Cowes ferry operates every single day of the year, but is dependent on the weather conditions
- Phillip Island Ultimate Penguin Eco Tour or Skybox . . .
Get the best views of Phillip Island’s world-famous penguins with your choice of three different premium penguin experiences Watch the nightly Penguin Parade from a secluded beach using night vision technology on a ranger-led eco tour
- BIG4 Phillip Island Caravan Park | Book Direct Save . . .
Phillip Island, VIC holiday BIG4 Holiday Parks - Holiday BIG4 Holiday Parks provide sites and accommodation options to suit a wider range of budgets and holiday needs whether you're on an extended road-trip with a loved one or getting the family together for some quality time
- Western Port Ferries Timetable |French Island Ferry . . .
Western Port Ferries timetable schedule, French Island, Phillip Island Stony Point departures 7 days a week, 365 days a year
- Web cams - Weather - Travel Victoria: accommodation . . .
These web cams give a current images of weather conditions and surrounding views Some show updates during daylight hours only, and some may only show replays at various intervals during the day
- Kneeboard Surf Australia
2017 World Kneeboard Titles Somo, Spain Photos by The Blue Trip and Surf Mar Cantabrico Welcome to the Kneeboard Surf Australia Website Kneeboard Surf Australia runs a circuit of three competitions a year, which are all proudly sponsored by Atoll Travel