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Hi. We are a family group of 6 across 3 generations coming at Easter. I am completely confused about the differences between the tickets. My eldest child has autism and so no tolerance of people blocking his view or making too much noise around him if he's trying to concentrate on something so I am concerned about the large loud crowds and how that could detract from the experience. So I would like an option that means smaller groups. He also has adhd meaning he struggles to sit still so also would like an option that allows us to move around between different viewing areas and definitely wouldn't want to be indoors only. Can someone please add a bit more colour to the ticket option descriptions to help me choose? Thank you.
I suggest you make enquiries with the organizers before you land in Phillip Island and book tickets. The organizers are very helpful and always willing to assist anyone who needs help and advise.
Hi im planning to visit philip island with my 2yr old daugter but the thing is i dont drive, i try to ask and email the site but it said i need to set my own transport to go there ..can anyone tell me how and where to catch the transport going there and can i buy the ticket passes in there or do i need to book online.its my first time to t travel so i really need a little bit of an extra info. And help so it would be easier for me and not be lost.im from melbourne all i know is the flinders st area..Can anyone help me with my inquiry.thank you in advanceð
Hi we drove there as we are from Sydney but if you go onto website I am sure there were packages that included bus from Melbourne City out to site and were inclusive of fares and ticket prices. We booked tickets on line so we didn't have to line up.
Message primarily for staff at Phillip Island Hi we visited Phillip Island in 2006 during an independent 6 month tour of Australia with an old Ford Falcon station wagon and a tent. We respected your request not to photograph the penguins for fear of disturbing them. However, we have a personal website which includes hundreds of photos of our time in Australia and I would dearly love a photo of the 'fairy' penguins coming ashore or any close up photos you could allow us to use with the appropriate credit of course and or a link to your official website. If this is possible please contact me. Sue Wright
Can we buy the tickets at phillip Island itself even if it's grayed out online as we planned a little late
It depends on which experience you want. When we went there was availability for the main viewing area but none for the exclusive experiences. We had booked prior to visiting.
Buongiorno a tutti, siamo interessati all'Ultimate Tour, e vorremmo sapere più in dettaglio come si svolge esattamente questo giro/percorso, siamo indecisi fra il biglietto Plus o Ultimate Tour, il ns. inglese non è ottimo grazie Cesare e Monica
Buongiorno Cesare. L’evento è molto commerciale. È stata creata un enorme struttura (peraltro a settembre 2018 era in ampliamento) che parte dal entroterra zona antistante un enorme parcheggio e con un sistema molto organizzato di passerelle in legno sopraelevate dalla spiaggia si arriva ognuno al propio spalto ( una sorta di gradinata) su cui ti fanno sedere di fronte al mare. La posizione dipende dal biglietto che acquisti. La plus che abbiamo scelto noi era sul lato destro verso la fine della lunga spiaggia e devo dire che di pinguini c’è ne erano un sacco. Appena si arriva conviene dirigersi sulla passerella in quanto i regners fanno sedere nei posti in ordine di arrivo. I rangers sono molto severi nei controlli. Le spiegazioni sono tutte in inglese ma si riesce a seguire. Gli stessi pinguini si vedono gratuitamente a st kilda raggiungibile con il bus dal centro di Melbourne. Noi saremmo dovuti andare al Wilson promontory ma le previsioni del tempo erano pessime per cui ci siamo fermati a Philip Island!
Is there any way to see penguins if we don’t have ticket
Sort of yes! When we were there we went a walk at the Nobbies centre, this is a gorgeous long boardwalk with the most amazing views. Parking is free and afterwards you can go for a coffee in the centre (this bit is free, you only have to pay if you want to go into the antarctic museum). We always have our binoculars with us and along the walk you can see the penguin burrows/boxes in the hillside. They all look empty but actually the baby chics stay here all day, most of them hunker down but we saw quite a few in the burrows, you can see them with the naked eye but with the binoculars you get a great close up view.
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