Phillip Island Nature Park manage coastlines, wildlife sanctuaries, wetlands and woodland on Phillip Island, in addition to five world famous ecotourism attractions:
- Penguin Parade
- Koala Conservation Centre
- The Nobbies
- Wild Oceans Ecoboat Tours
- Churchill Island
Phillip Island Nature Park forms part of the UNESCO Western Port Biosphere Reserve, protected and managed by world-renowned environmental and research programs.
Habitat within Phillip Island Nature Parks supports significant populations of little penguins, hooded plovers, short-tailed shearwaters and other international migratory bird species, and mammals such as koalas, possums, wallabies, Australian fur seals and bats.
The Nature Parks also protect many native plant species and are considered wetlands of international importance, protected under the Ramsar Convention.
Profits generated by the Phillip Island Nature Parks are invested into conservation, research and educational initiatives.
For more information, visit www.penguins.org.au