Be a Phillip Island Armchair Traveller

Be a Phillip Island armchair traveller and discover the island from the comfort of your home!

In these difficult times, people are unable to travel to their favourite holiday destinations such as Phillip Island so we will bring Phillip Island to you.

At Phillip Island Balcony, we give you the opportunity to visit without leaving the comfort of your home!

Look at the photos below and follow the links to get your Phillip Island holiday fix!

Beaches

Surfing, swimming, sunbathing, shells, sea creatures – just some of the attractions of Phillip Island's beaches.

From packed summer beaches to secluded spots along the coast, there are many beaches from which to choose.

Enjoy the calm of the protected northern beaches, with a gentle lap of waves, or be invigorated by the rolling surf of the southern beaches - there is beauty and joy everywhere.

Seagulls fly above Woolamai Beach, with Cape Woolamai in the background.

Cape Woolamai

A throng of beach goers at popular Smiths Beach, Phillip Island.

Popular Smiths Beach

A selection of shark egg cases - Port Jackson, elephant and carpet shark cases.

Shark egg cases

A surfer at Woolamai Beach, Phillip Island.

Surfing at Woolamai Beach

Orange-coloured biscuit sea star found in Phillip Island's rockpools.

Beautiful Biscuit Sea Star

A pile of sea shells found along the tide line.

Treasure from the Sea

Go Rockpool Rambling!

Walking Tracks

Stunning coastal cliffs, rugged coastline with pounding waves, quiet woodland forest and Phillip Island history - discover all these on the island’s walking tracks.

Spot shy swamp wallabies and echidnas, take in breath-taking views or wander through a serene woodland, where the silence is broken only by the sound of a bird call.

The boardwalk and lookout at The Nobbies, Phillip Island.

Boardwalk and Lookout at The Nobbies

The Pinnacles at Cape Woolamai.

The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai

A shy swamp wallaby in the late afternoon at Oswin Roberts Reserve.

Swamp Wallaby at Oswin Roberts Reserve

Piles of pink granite blocks, plus driftwood, at the old granite quarry at Cape Woolamai.

Pink granite blocks at old granite quarry, Cape Woolamai

Pyramid Rock, a popular whale watching point, on the southern coast of Phillip Island.

Pyramid Rock off the southern coast

Part of the rugged coastline of Cape Woolamai.

Rugged coastline of Cape Woolamai

Go for a Ramble!

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