Located on the North East side of Phillip Island, Rhyll is a quaint fishing hamlet where you’ll find fishing spots, boat hire and charter departures. Head to the scenic esplanade for seaside restaurants and cafes, or a short drive to award-winning wines. Nature lovers will enjoy walking the Conservation Hill Nature Trail, through paperbark woodland, along a mangrove boardwalk to take in spectacular views across Rhyll Inlet to Observation Point. Keep an eye out for migratory and resident shorebirds, waterbirds and large waders, such as Bar-tailed Godwits.
Hire a boat, check out the latest equipment or stock up on fishing accessories before you head out for a cruise or a fish off the jetty at Phillip Island Marine.
Grab a coffee or some Fish N Chips and enjoy a picnic or stroll along the beautiful Rhyll foreshore and park area. If you prefer to dine in, enjoy brunch or lunch with views at one of the cafes or restaurants, including Tides of Rhyll, The Rhyll Foreshore or Seabirds Cafe.
Off the beaten track, you’ll find Purple Hen Winery, where you’ll enjoy wine tasting and a cheese platter overlooking the beautiful views of Western Port and beyond. Their award-winning wines (over 100 medals and 16 trophies) are sure to impress.
Discover Australian native flavours at the Wild Food Farm & Café. Don't forget to check out their famous scones & barramundi in lemon myrtle tempura batter or take a stroll through the extensive native food garden. Stock up on a range of local goodies, coffee and condiments at the…
Take a walk or ride through the paths and boardwalks at Rhyll Inlet and Oswin Roberts Reserve and spot a range of migrating birds and wildlife that call these RAMSAR wetlands home.