Phillip Island is also known as Penguin Island. A large number of small penguins will return to the island to live after low tide every day. The island has a beautiful scenery
Melbourne Phillip Island, also known as "Penguin Island", is 140 kilometers away from Melbourne. It takes about 2 hours to drive and the road is very smooth. Watching penguins return to their nest in the evening is a unique and world-renowned landscape in Melbourne, Australia. It would be a pity if you don't see it when you travel to Australia. For nearly a thousand years, the penguins on Phillip Island jumped out of the sea on time in the evening, in groups, swaggering along the daily route back to their nests, stumbled and stumbled as they walked, unhurriedly, and attracted crowds of onlookers. I am extremely happy and forget about it, but I dare not laugh, because the island has adopted very strict protection measures. It is forbidden to take pictures with flashing lights, and it is forbidden to make loud noises. Most tourists can also consciously abide by it.
Not far from Churchill Farm, drive to Phillip Island, where you can watch the little penguins come home, and wait until late at night. You have to wear an autumn coat on the summer evening in February, otherwise it will be too cold. It was pleasantly surprised and shocked to see groups of little penguins go home.
Love the starry sky, the sea, and the smallest penguin in the world, the fairy penguin.
Phillip Island in Australia-watching koalas and watching penguins come home. The smallest elf penguins in the world return to their nests on the beach from the sea at around 9pm in summer, swaying in a line. In order to avoid disturbing, this spectacle on Phillip Island is forbidden to take pictures, including cell phone photography. But you know how Chinese people are—noisy and taking pictures are indispensable.
Phillip Island, also known as Penguin Island, is an island at the mouth of Westport Bay in the southern state of Victoria, Australia. A bridge is built on the east side of the island to connect with San Remo on the mainland. It is shaped like a dolphin. There are Penguin Ecological Reserve, Churchill Farm, Koala Conservation Center and New Norbis Center on the island.