Family fun doesn't get much better than a weekend away to Victoria's famous Phillip Island and it has just got even better with the launch the new Phillip Island Experience Pass.
Holidaymakers can now experience the magic and excitement of some of Phillip Island's favourite attractions with the brand new pass which allowing visitors to pick any three of four listed attractions they most wish to see with more than $70 in added value.
The four attractions include A Maze'N Things, Rhyll Trout & Bush Tucker Farm, Pannys Amazing World of Chocolate and Maru Koala & Animal Park.
PLUS guests also get 20 percent discount off a Seal Rocks Cruise with Wildlife Coast Cruises and 10 percent off the fourth attraction as well as a number of other special bonus offers.
Valid for 12 months from the date of purchase, the pass offers an easy way to enjoy Phillip Island's nature, wildlife, fun, entertainment and chocolate. The pass also represents the best value for guests not only in price, but in the opportunity to access some of the newest and most popular attractions.
Only a 90 minute drive from Melbourne – Phillip Island boasts breathtaking natural beauty and a myriad of attractions for all ages to enjoy, from kids through to Grandparents. With an endless array of destinations and areas to discover and explore in Phillip Island, no matter what your timeframe, budget or passion is – there is really something for everyone!
Visitors have the option of purchasing the ticket online by emailing email@example.com or they can purchase it in person at the Phillip Island, Inverloch and Wonthaggi Information Centres and it will soon be available from the Federation Square Information Centre.
PLEASE NOTE - tickets are not available for purchase at individual attractions.
Children (4-15yrs): $24.95
Family (two adults & two children): $98.95
A Maze'N Things:
A Maze'N Things is a hilarious and bizarre world of illusions, puzzles, mazes and mini-golf that provides hours of stimulating fun and challenges for the whole family.
Rhyll Trout & Bush Tucker Farm:
Come along and catch your own fish and have it cooked on-site by a qualified chef, or discover one of their 6,000 indigenous food plants in the brand new Bush Tucker Trail.
Pannys Amazing World of Chocolate:
Featuring over 150 different types of chocolate as well as educational exhibitions, demonstrations and unique chocolate sculptures and murals – Panny's Amazing World of Chocolate takes visitors on an amazing journey through a "world of chocolate."
Maru Koala & Animal Park:
Head down and experience the new 'Koala Close Encounters' at Maru Koala & Animal Park, visitors now have the opportunity to at & touch Koalas that are bred and raised in captivity. Visitors to Maru also have the chance to feed and pat the kangaroos and wallabies, rare albinos, wombats, Tasmanian Devils, dingoes and a crocodile
Wildlife Coast Cruises:
Get up close to the playful and captivating seals in their natural environment on a two hour Seal Rocks Eco Cruise. Drift amongst thousands of seals, view the intriguing caves, cliffs and seabirds of Phillip Island's Western Coast whilst enjoying a guided tour of the region.
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