There are so many Phillip Island events during the year, especially over the summer months.
From small local markets to the hype of the International Motorcycle Grand Prix, there is something for everyone.
During the year Phillip Island is also home to many festivals, celebrating whales and shearwaters, food and wine, literature and jazz, fishing and fun and more.
Find your favourite Phillip Island events below.
November 1, 2018/January 28, 2019
Antarctic Journey, The Nobbies
Questacon returns to the Antarctic Journey at The Nobbies, Phillip Island.
The Science on the Move exhibition challenges visitors to discover principles of light, music and sound, human biology, ecology and the environment plus more.
Suitable for ages 8 plus, interactive displays and activities will engage and test skills.
Best Phillip Island Accommodation here:
January 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2019
96 McFees Road, Rhyll
Enjoy live music every Friday evening in January. Bring your own food or buy a Purple Hen platter. Seating is limited so bring a chair or a rug if you can. You can also bring your own food to these events but not your own alcohol.
January 4 & 18, 2019
Lock Road, Rhyll
All sorts of interesting produce, including cakes and gourmet goodies.
Plus crafts and other fascinating finds.
Devonshire teas will be served in the historic hall, or enjoy cheese and wine.
Relax to the sounds of summer with live music.
January 5 and 27, 2019
Jetty Triangle/Erehwon Point, Cowes
The popular twilight markets return as Island Foreshore Market with over 150 stalls ranged between the new jetty triangle and Erehwon Point. All manner of goods will be sold including local produce, craft, jewellery, variety items, food and more.
From 3.00pm to 10.00pm
January 5, 12, 18 (Friday) and 26, 2019
The picturesque setting for this
farmers market is enticing with lots of stalls with a huge variety of goodies.
Look for local fresh produce including seasonal fruit and vegetables, the potato man with lots of potato varieties, and artisan breads.
Sample and buy olive oils, wine and beer.
Add local honey to your pantry.
For the green fingered there are plants and cut flowers.
Enjoy a relaxing coffee from the market kiosk.
Open 8.00am to 1.00pm
January 19, 2019
Ocean Sounds is a family-friendly, music-lovers’ all-day concert that
will take place at beautiful Churchill Island.
As well as a stellar musical line-up, Ocean Sounds will also showcase local wines and cheeses and gourmet food vans.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their picnic rugs, friends, good vibes and to enjoy a memorable experience of quality music in a relaxed, atmospheric and picturesque environment.
January 20, 2019
Ramada Resort, 2128 Phillip Island Road, Cowes
Get down to Ramada Resort for another edition of Sunday Jazz. This month sit back and relax to the toe-tapping sounds of Andy Scott Quintet.
2.00pm to 5.00pm
January 25/27, 2019
Phillip Island Circuit
The southern hemisphere’s largest historic motorcycle meet is returning
to Phillip Island on the Australia Day long weekend.
January 26, 2019
Cowes Town Square, Thompson Avenue
Celebrate Australia Day with The Rotary Club of Phillip Island and San Remo on Friday, 26 January at the Town Square in Cowes from 11.00am.
Join in the fun for people of all ages - including a free BBQ, live bands and entertainment for kids.
January 27, 2019
St Johns Uniting Church
86 Chapel Street, Cowes
Lots of variety can be found at this market, with local and imported goods for sale.
Second-hand books, soap, new and vintage clothes, collectables and plant stalls to name a few.
Inside the hall are arts and crafts, including jewellery, knits and clothes.
Fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables and free range eggs are available.
The "shed" at the back has a great array of children's books and toys and second-hand kitchenware with lots of retro items.
For the hungry there is hot food for sale.
From 8.00am to 1.00pm
January 30, 2019
Phillip Island Circuit
See all the action and excitement of elite cycling as racing kicks off for the both the Men’s and Women’s events with 22 laps of the world-famous Phillip Island Circuit.
Women’s racing from 10am to approx. 12.30pm Men’s racing from 2.15pm to approx. 4.30pm
February 9, 2019
San Remo Foreshore
The event is hosted by the Woolamai Beach SLSC and comprises a 550 metre swim across the channel between San Remo and Phillip Island and a 2km run back over the bridge to finish down the main street of San Remo.
The swim/run is the highlight of a day-long festival. The town of San Remo comes to life with children’s rides, market stands, various food vendors, the notorious “Hole-in-One” golf challenge, a fashion parade by Full Circle Surf, live music and other festivities.
February 10, 2019
Thompson Avenue, Cowes
Browse the outside stalls selling fresh produce, clothing, plants, olive oil, preserves, decorative items and more.
Inside the hall visitors will find arts and crafts with lots of hand knitted goods, jewellery, and cards plus other original handmade items.
Hot food is available.
St Phillips Parish Hall, Thompson Avenue, Cowes
Open 9.00am to 2.00pm
February 16, 2019
The Esplanade, Cowes
The Cowes Classic comprises a 500 metre swim around the Cowes Pier and a 4km run finishing up the main street outside North Pier Hotel. Race start time is 3.00pm.
February 22/24, 2019
Phillip Island Circuit
2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship, Yamaha Finance round comes to Phillip Island. Watch the globe’s leading production bike riders at
Australia’s thrilling Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.
February 23, 2019
25 Veterans Drive, Newhaven
Prepare to go back in time to the 1960s and ‘70s for a lively and entertaining musical ride down memory lane.
Featuring The Retro Girls, Forgotten Heroes and The Times.
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