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Phillip Island’s wildlife is an important part of the community’s identity and economy. Wildlife experiences on the Island generate jobs and evenue and are a major attraction for visitors.
Phillip Island’s beaches and reserves are for everyone to enjoy. We are lucky to be able to visit many of these areas with our dogs.
In order to protect significant coastal vegetation and cultural heritage in this area from the impacts of rabbits, the construction of a rabbit-proof fence in conjunction with a rabbit control program and targeted revegetation/restoration will be occurring.
For the last month penguins have been busy nest building and courting.
In 2022, Nature Parks was successful in a grant application as part of the Regional Tourism Investment Fund for $5 million to construct a new boardwalk, creating a new and improved looped experience at the Penguin Parade.
To protect the Summerland Peninsula from the threats of bushfire, flammable vegetation in this area is being removed in order to increase the amount of penguin habitat and create green firebreaks.
Phillip Island (Millowl) is set to become the first tourist town in Australia to officially become ‘sensory inclusive’
Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club (WBSLSC) environs management plan