The Nobbies (named because of its unique rock formations) lies off Point Grant at the western tip of Phillip Island.
The area has high conservation significance featuring penguins and seabirds and, just off the coast, is Seal Rocks - home to Australia's second largest colony of Australian Fur Seals.
From this magnificent headland, the views stretch forever. This area offers spectacular coastal viewing from the boardwalks and lookout points set amongst natural sea bird gardens.
One and a half kilometres offshore from The Nobbies are Seal Rocks, home to Australia's largest Australian Fur Seal colony.
Things to do:
Stroll along The Nobbies boardwalk and enjoy spectacular views along Phillip Island's rugged south coast. See the awesome blowhole, a spectacular sea cave that thunders during big southern swells.
Enjoy the sea bird gardens offering spectacular flowering displays in the spring. Silver Gulls nest here and chicks can be seen during spring and early summer. Little Penguins are often seen here resting between seasonal and daily duties.
Take a moment to learn about the local area from the educational signage and about Australia's Larges Fur Seal Colony at Seal Rocks on Phillip Island.
❊ Web Links ❊
→ The Nobbies
❊ Also See... ❊
→ Phillip Island | Nature Parks
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