Where we were staying was a little odd as it was a caravan park which had a little hostel attached. They only had dorms and even though they were advertised as mixed we were separated into male and female dorms. As it turned out breakfast was actually included in the price but no one told us and so we were eating our rubbishy cornflakes while there was plenty of fruit and other goodies free for us.
As well as the penguin parade our three park ticket we had purchased gave us access to a koala sanctuary where we had to test our animal spotting skills and then Churchhill Island Farm. So we headed to the island off the island to see if there was anything interesting to see. We wandered about some old farm buildings and houses and read a little history of the place. There was plenty of animals wandering about including a few Clydesdales and I even got Andrew to reluctantly talk to a pony and feed it some grass but after that we had done everything there was to do.
|Trying to spot some seals|
|Baby penguin we've spotted you|
Phillip Island was quite nice and we enjoyed the penguins but Andrew ended up not being that fond of our accommodation as it turned out on one night he was attacked by a plague of ants while sleeping and was covered in bites up is legs and all over his feet.