- Regular price
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- Expert guide and the best possible penguin viewing experience
- Fun small group tour with a maximum of 11 people
- Save time and money with an express afternoon trip
Strap yourself in for the best penguin viewing experience we've found!
Maximise your time in Melbourne by travelling directly to Phillip Island in the afternoon to watch the famous parade of penguins. As your guide takes you on a scenic drive, you'll be entertained with stories about the history of Phillip Island and the Penguin Parade. If time permits, you may also enjoy a short walk at The Nobbies.
For the Penguin Parade, you can choose from the larger General Viewing seating area (Budget), the smaller premium seating area (Premium) or get the VIP treatment with your own wildlife ranger for a Penguin Parade-conducted tour (Guided Ranger Tour). The Budget option is good if you are happy to see smaller numbers of penguins. If you would like to see more penguins from a smaller seating area, we recommend the Premium or Guided Ranger Tour options.
Can you hear the ‘huk-huk’ of penguins as they gather in their groups and begin moving towards the shore? Watch closely as they emerge from the waves, then waddle across the beach toward their burrows in the dunes. This will be one of the most fascinating wildlife events you will ever see. After the Penguin Parade, you'll be returned to Melbourne, with drop-off at your accommodation.
Have the best possible Phillip Island Penguin Parade experience - book your spot on this tour today!
The Little Penguin Bus is the Phillip Island Penguin Parade specialists. They only operate this one tour, providing an afternoon/evening small-group tour (maximum 11) that travels directly to the Penguin Parade at a lower price than any similar tour. They have been operating since 2011 and are consistently rated among the top Melbourne tours on TripAdvisor (currently ranked number 4 out of 215 outdoor activities in Melbourne).
Your guide will be either Mac or Dave, and both of them are absolute experts when it comes to anything penguin-related.