Phillip Island Caravan Park News

Welcome Back… Again to Phillip Island Caravan Park

We’re thrilled to open our doors to you again! Our wonderful staff have been busy preparing and our Park has gone through a deep-clean to ensure that all our guests will be confident and feel safe while staying at Phillip Island Caravan Park. From 17 September, tourist accommodation in regional Victoria will be open to...

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Keep The Kids Occupied At Phillip Island Nature Parks

Phillip Island Nature Parks is a not-for-profit organisation who have 5 attractions on Phillip Island. There’s a range of indoor and outdoor activities, from up-close encounters with penguins, virtual tours at Antarctic Journey, or spot a Koala at the Reserve. All this only 90 minutes from Melbourne, which makes Phillip Island the perfect destination for...

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Welcome Back To Phillip Island Caravan Park

  We are so excited to see you all back to Phillip Island! As travel restrictions start to ease, we look forward to welcoming you back to our Park. From 1 June onwards, we are officially open to tourists again, and we are now taking bookings for all our cabins, caravan, and camping sites. Please...

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Cape Woolamai The Highest Point Of Phillip Island, Melbourne, Australia.

Health and Safety Covid 19

Hey, thanks for visiting us here. Just so you know where we’re at with the COVID situation, we want to talk Health and Safety because, you know, it’s the little and the big things that make the difference: If any of our guests feel unwell or have a bit of a cold or flu, you...

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The Best Wineries and Breweries On Phillip Island

With a favourable mild climate and dirt rich with nutrients, the grapes grown on Phillip Island and the Gippsland helps create some of Victoria’s best wines which is fast gaining recognition in Australia and around the world. We’ve put a list of the top wineries and breweries you can visit while you stay on the...

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The Best Wildlife On Phillip Island

Phillip Island should be at the top of any wildlife enthusiast’s list. You can find native species in their natural habitat along with sanctuaries set up to conserve the unique ecosystem on this island. Here are the best places on Phillip Island to get up-close and personal with. A visit to the island is not...

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The Best Eats In Phillip Island

Planning on escaping the city and visiting Phillip Island over the school holidays? Here are some of the best restaurants and cafes to eat on the island. Tucked away from the main road in Cowes, Cheeky Goose Café is­­­­­­-­ open from 9am serving hearty breakfasts all the way to 5pm – perfect for those who...

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Bass Coast Walks & Trails

If you love a little exercise, fresh air and want to see some of the most jaw-dropping views Australia has to offer, best you put Bass Coast in the GPS and come on down! Phillip Island and Bass Coast have over 40 different bushwalks, coastal walks and cycling tracks to choose from – and did...

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An Amaze-ing Initiative…BIG4 and Amaze Social Script Launch

BIG4 has teamed up with Amaze, leading body for autism, to release Australia’s first social script for holiday parks, an essential tool for autistic people and their families to prepare for a holiday and travel.  The script uses storytelling techniques and simple language and images to explain the experiences and environment commonly found in holiday parks and what autistic people...

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Planning A Road Trip from Melbourne to Phillip Island – Here’s The Places You Have To Visit Along The Way!

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and take a leisure drive from Melbourne to our caravan park on Phillip Island. Take your time and stop off along the way with the many sights and sounds that the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne has to offer. A short drive from Melbourne’s CBD will land you...

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