Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia
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Approximately 3½ Hours
Meals not included
This excursion takes you from one end of Phillip Island to the other.
Begin with a panoramic drive all the way to the tip of the island's southwest corner -- the Summerland Peninsula.
You'll see the Nobbies -- two craggy rocks jutting out of the water.
The distant Seal Rocks are home to one of the largest fur seal populations in Australia, and nearby Summerland Beach is the site of the nightly penguin parade, when the world's smallest penguins waddle up the sand after a hard day at the office.
Visit the National Vietnam Veterans Museum. From 1962 to 1975, almost 60,000 Australian ground troops and Air Force and Navy personnel served in Vietnam. A collection of artifacts, including helicopters, vehicles and aircraft offer an educational look at the conflict. The museum was founded by Vietnam veterans to support other veterans after their return to Australia. A moving holographic sound-and-light show helps you understand the significance of Australian military involvement in Southeast Asia.
Cape Woolamai is Phillip Island's highest point. Sweeping views from here include Victoria's best golden beaches.
Please note: Tour does not operate on holidays. Wear comfortable walking shoes.