Phillip Island Nature Parks has taken out silver in the coveted Victorian Tourism Awards, highlighting its exceptional ability to combine eco-tourism with successful conservation.
Phillip Island and wildlife authorities are coming together this summer to protect our native wildlife and educate people about how they can safely share the beach with animals and give them the best chance to thrive.
Chinese tourists have regained the title of number one overseas visitors at the Phillip Island Penguin Parade for the first time since before the pandemic.
Ice cream icons Ben & Jerry’s have arrived at Phillip Island, joining the culinary offerings at The Nobbies Centre.
A new blueprint will help Phillip Island Nature Parks manage the risk of bushfires this season, amid concerns that hotter, drier conditions will pose a more significant fire hazard.
Phillip Island will host the next International Penguin Congress, drawing the world’s leading penguin researchers, conservationists and experts to our doorstep in 2026.
The Phillip Island Nature Parks Board met on the 26 September 2023 on Phillip Island at the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre.
The Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Board met on the 22 June 2023 on Phillip Island (Millowl). Read on for the highlights of this meeting.
A study into sub-colonies within Phillip Island’s 40,000 strong little penguin population has discovered differences in how they reproduce and find food.
A significant sand relocation and dune stabilisation operation around the Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club will start in July, in an effort to protect the clubhouse from ongoing sand inundation.