Phillip Island Discovery Camp is located at 73-77 Marlin St, Phillip Island VIC 3922.

The camp is located on the southern coast of Phillip Island. The island has almost 100 km of coastline and the camp is cosily nestled amongst tea tree scrub and coastal cliffs.

You can contact our team on: (03) 5952 2467.

How to get to Phillip Island Discovery Camp

By car

Phillip Island Discovery Camp is two hours from Melbourne by car. 


There is ample parking available at Phillip Island Discovery Camp.

  • Phillip Island attractions

    Boasting its own distinct character, Phillip Island is full of things to do – from trekking along the beautiful coastline to checking out the diverse wildlife.

    The camp is well located to take advantage of everything the area has to offer including:

    Phillip Island Nature Parks

    Visit the famous Phillip Island Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Park and Churchill Island Heritage Farm. Ranger guided tours and talks are available upon request.

    Midday pelican feeding

    Pelicans are fed scraps from the fishing boats everyday at midday outside the fisherman’s coop at San Remo. An informative talk is held for those who stop by.

    Cape Woolamai

    Walk the coastal loop track to the highest point on the island with views over the Bass Strait, San Remo and Phillip Island. Between September and April witness thousands of the short-tailed Shearwater birds returning to their burrows at sunset.

    Swan Lake

    A short walk through coastal bushland brings you out onto Swan Lake where you can sit in bird hides and observe the behavior of a diverse collection of water birds.

    The Nobbies

    Walk the cliff top boardwalk with views of Seal Rocks, seagull rookeries and sometimes young penguins poking their heads out of burrows. Inside the visitor centre browse some excellent educational displays with information about the wildlife in Westernport Bay and the history of Phillip Island.

    Rhyll Inlet and Wetlands trail

    This boardwalk begins at the Rhyll lookout and takes you past all kinds of migratory wading birds to finish at the Oswin Roberts Reserve where you might even spot some Koalas.

    Wildlife Coast Cruises

    Wildlife Coast Cruises offers a unique range of safe, educational and fun cruises around Phillip Island’s coastal waters, with a focus on local marine wonders and sustainability themes. Don’t miss out exploring Phillip Island Discovery Camp and Phillip Island when you book your next camp.

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