Phillip Island Day Tour
Hike the highest point of Phillip Island and meet local wildlife from fur seals to penguins at Cape Woolamai.
Our Cape Woolamai hike guides you through rugged rock formations, known as the Pinnacles, as we make our way to the highest point of Phillip Island. Here you’ll witness stunning views over the coastline and pounding surf below. After our hike we drop into the gorgeous Island Whole Foods Cafe for brunch and take some time to explore the coastal township of Cowes. Next, we make our way to The Nobbies for an easy stroll along the boardwalk to discover impressive coastline views and the famous thundering blowhole. This area is home to Australia’s largest seal colony, little penguins and silver gulls – so have your cameras ready, it’s a wildlife lover’s dream!
What to expect
An easy to moderate 8.3km guided circuit hike around Phillip Island’s highest point Cape Woolamai
Plenty of chances to see wildlife including fur seals, penguins, wallabies, kangaroos and unique birds such as the shearwater and silver gull.
Friendly and knowledgeable tour guides
Coffee from the good people at Coffee Supreme
A delicious post-hike brunch at Island Whole Foods
Backpacks from Polar to borrow for the day
Our minimum group size is 3 people.
Our Phillip Island day trip departs from Melbourne every Thursday & Saturday. Choose from a St Kilda or CBD pick up and drop off location when you book.
Vehicle ‘Olivia’ our 1974 VW Kombi Van
Saint Kilda pick up: 7:15am @ Luna Park, Saint Kilda, Melbourne VIC 3182 (Main entrance)
CBD pick up: 7:30am @ Undercover Taxi Rank on St Kilda Road (Between Hamer Hall & the Arts Centre). Please note it’s approximately 200m from Flinders Street Station over the Yarra River.
CBD drop off: 5:30pm @ Undercover Taxi Rank on St Kilda Road (Between Hamer Hall & the Arts Centre). Please note it’s approximately 200m from Flinders Street Station over the Yarra River.
Saint Kilda drop off: 5:45pm @ Luna Park, Saint Kilda, Melbourne VIC 3182 (Main entrance)
What to bring
Comfortable trainers or hiking boots
- Water bottle – 1L
- Waterproof jacket
Sunscreen, sunglasses & a hat
Swimsuit & a towel for a swim in the ocean (summer months)
No bush walking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps. Walks no greater than 10km.