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Phillip Island Nature Park, beach on the road to The Nobbies

Located 1.5 hours drive south of Melbourne, PINP covers several separate areas over 1805 hectares. The parks include Pyramid Rock, Rhyll Inlet, Seal Rocks, and Cape Woolamai, with specific viewing and attraction areas that include The Nobbies Centre (seals, dolphins, and shark viewing), the Penguin Parade (Little Penguins coming ashore at dusk), Koala Conservation Centre, and the Churchill Island Heritage Farm. Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade is the only commercial venue in the world where you can see penguins in their own environment.[citation needed] The Koala Conservation Centre is dedicated to koala research and conservation and allows the opportunity to view koalas in their natural habitat on treetop boardwalks


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Copyright: Ivan Aliverti
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5962x2981
Taken: 11/03/2010
Uploaded: 31/05/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015


Tags: beach; board walk phillip island; the nobbies; seals rock; victoria; australia; natural park; outdoors; nature; ocean; phillip island nature park
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