Watching the little birds walking in the groups is one of the amazing sights and peaceful moments. In Phillip Island, you can find hundreds of Penguins walk at dusk in Philip Island Nature Park. Once the sun bids goodbye to Melbourne, you can smell, see, and hear hundreds of penguins in the colony by greeting the neighbors and walking alongside their partners. While you are walking, the penguins are not only the creatures to watch out for; you can see other wildlife, including Eastern Barred Bandicoots, Swamp Wallabies, Cape Barren Geese & Short-tailed Shearwaters.
The more people visit this iconic nature park, the more benefit for the wildlife. Many visitors support the research, conservation, and education projects. This ensures the development of this park; if you also want to support this cause, you can also contribute to this nature park on your visit. If you know very little about penguins, you can book a ranger guide to get more information, penguin stories, and other details of the nature park. You can also opt for the self-guided tour and enjoy the views, and have a conversation with other tourists to get more information. Whatever your choice is for knowing the information, you should not miss the visit to this place and watch the penguin parade.