Phillip Island, which is called Penguin Island by the Chinese people, and when I came here five years ago, except for the different weather, every shop on the street remained unchanged. Every shop on the street recalled that when night fell, the little penguin would start his journey home from shore on the sea, for fear of impairing the vision of the little penguin, he could not have a flash and my camera was too technical.
Yesterday, we rented a plane from Murabin Airport (YMMB) and visited Philip Bay from the air. It was really beautiful. I believe that such a landscape can not be understood on the ground, the weather is also very strong. The only headache is that the airport is very busy, and all small aircraft fly by visual rules, always pay attention to observation to prevent the detection of conflicts.
This is the most anticipated point of this trip. It's amazing. So many people are looking forward to these little penguins. It's really cute. Ecological protection is not generally good. Everyone quietly waits for these little penguins to return to their nests according to the requirements, and they will come back later. It's highly recommended.
The road to Phillip Island is picturesque. The little penguins come home late. The down jacket can't stop the cold wind. Fortunately, we finally see many wild penguins walking in front of us. The nearest distance is less than one meter. The biggest feeling of this trip is that the zoo really can not use too many cages.
Phillip Island, also known as Penguin Island, is an island at the mouth of the West Harbor Bay in southern Victoria, Australia. Bridges are built on the east side of the island to connect with the mainland's San Remo, which looks like a dolphin. There is a penguin ecological reserve on the island. It arrived late that day. Instead of going to the nature park, I went directly to see the little penguin go home. Very cute. Little penguins line up to go home and walk in swaying, basically in groups. It's so cute. It's a pity that we can't take pictures. But the center is worth visiting. It's super invincible and lovely. There are also farms because of the wrong time to go, activities are in the afternoon, can only see animals ah.
Phillip Island is very good, especially likes Churchill farm, from the entrance to the farm to the ticket office is the cream, along the road is very beautiful. Unfortunately, it was late. I spent some time outside. Small penguins are very cute. It's cold to go to see penguins and wear more clothes.
Fortunately, I saw the whole process of Koala climbing trees and eating leaves. Churchill Island Farm is beautiful. It's a pronoun of tranquility and tranquility. At 6:30 p.m., I arrived at the penguin's nesting place and watched it quietly until nearly 8 p.m. I saw a large number of small penguins go ashore and sway home. It was lovely. There were three or four batches around. It was too cold to prepare clothes. I left around 9 o'clock. Note that we can't take photographs and videos. We used to be totally armed and wasted. Especially Cape Nobis, we must go. The scenery is too beautiful. The food in the center of Cape Nobis is also delicious.
Although it's not good to freeze in Phillip Island, it's foolish for Koalas and penguins to sleep for 20 hours to go home. There are no pictures of penguins here, because they can't take pictures. You can eat at the Seal Conservation Center, where the seascape is superb.
We bought the Koala Center, Churchill Farm and Penguin Paradise. The original plan was that the Penguin Paradise would be too late to spend more time in Koala and the farm. Unexpectedly, both places closed at 5:30. We had to go to the Koala Center in time. We saw 8 to 9 koalas, ate leaves, sleep, scratch itches and climb trees. Little penguins are so cute, Penguin paradise is very worthwhile. It's not cold until you get your heavy clothes. Beginning at the westernmost, I saw a group of small penguins that first landed. Then he ran to the first row and sat on the beach, with the brightest lights and the clearest view, near the middle of the two observation decks. When each group of small penguins comes out, they first go ashore one or two, observe, and then the others come up again. They are washed back by the waves on the shore, and then they climb ashore again. Tidy up the team on the shore, check the number of people is insufficient, and then run quickly to the grass ahead. Occasionally, a little penguin fell behind, walking in panic, fear and trembling, slowly, step by step, turn back three times. Finally, we went back to the wooden bridge, where the penguins lined up, one by one, and went back to their homes along the path in the grass. The little penguin in the penguin's nest is crying and calling for his companion to come back quickly. As we walked, we met a group of five little penguins, one big leading the way in front, three small in the middle, and the other big in the end. We followed them all the way back to the reception center. No pictures of penguins, only a few empty nests before they go ashore.