There are so many great activities to engage in on Phillip Island, you’ll have no shortage of things to do during your holiday. If you would like to find out more about activities, just call us on 0411 444 809.
Learn to surf
Smith's Beach Island Surfboards and Surf school offer daily surf lessons at Smith's Beach.
The cost is $55 per 2 Hour Lesson and everything is provided: Boards, wetsuits, accessories, sunscreen etc. Learn in a safe & encouraging environment while having fun. Expert qualified level two Surfing Australia coaches.
This includes the Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre and Churchill Island. For more information visit: www.penguins.org.au Phillip Island Nature Park is the home to one of Australia's most popular wildlife attractions, the Penguin Parade.
The Nature Park covers 2,750 hectares of Phillip Island. The Park is an island adventure featuring wildlife reserves, wetlands and breath-taking coastlines. The three main tourist attractions managed by Phillip Island Nature Park are the Penguin Parade, Churchill Island and the Koala Conservation Centre. Other destinations managed by the Park include Rhyll Inlet,
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit
Every year in October, Phillip Island hosts the Moto Grand Prix. It is an amazing event set amongst the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Other events include the V8 Supercars, World Superbikes, Kustom Nationals Hot Rod Show, International Island Classic and the Phillip Island Classic Festival of Motorsport. For more information visit: www.phillipislandcircuit.com.au
Enjoy the local beach
Smiths Beach and Forrest Caves Beach are very close.
Explore Forest Caves
Forrest Caves are sea caves formed by erosion of sea water on rocks and are located just before the Surf Beach Estate, left off the main Phillip Island Road. From the car park, you walk up the steps on to the beach, and then turn left. Please note that the caves are only accessible at low tide. The beautiful walk will take approximately 45 minute return, passing by large sand dunes, which are home to thousands of shearwaters from October to April.