Phillip Island is famous for its natural beauty.  From walking trails and conservation reserves as well as farm experiences, it is an ideal place  to get back to nature.


Walking Trails and Conservation Reserves

  • Pyramid Rock Look Out  – about 10 minutes return, easy
  • Pyramid Rock to Berry’s Beach – about 2 hours, moderate
  • Kitty Miller Bay shipwreck walk – about 1 ½ hours, moderate *Check tide times
  • The series of walking tracks across Cape Woolamai reveal spectacular beaches and cliffs. There are Aboriginal cultural spots and the coast line is home to a large colony of short-tailed shearwater.
  • Cape Woolamai Beacon Walk – about 3 ½ hours, moderate to difficult
  • Pinnacles walk – abut 2 ½ hours, moderate
  • Old Granite Quarry Walk – about 3 hours, moderate to difficult
  • Churchill Island
  • The Scenic Estate Conservation Reserve, a protected preservation of wildlife and habitat area, offering a boardwalk over native grasslands, 1 ½ kilometres of walking tracks, a viewing platform and two picnic shelters.
  • Rhyll Inlet Wetlands boardwalks will lead you through mangroves, a saltmarsh and mudflats to view wild birdlife. Climb the Conservation Hill Observation Tower for a spectacular view of the surrounding woodland reserves.
  • Swan Lake – 1.3km, 20 minute walk – a short trail with boardwalks which is pram and wheelchair friendly and great for bird watching
  • George Bass Coastal Walk – From the outskirts of San Remo or Punchbowl Beach, meander through coastal bushland, farmland and historic reserves and rail trails. 16km suitable for walking, cycling and horse riding. Stop into the Kikcunda General Store, Udder & Hoe or Ocean Views Hotel in Kilcunda.
  • Churchill Island – Accessbile by car, historic grounds and walking trails and hands on farm activities. There is also a café and monthly farmers market.