Phillip Island is home to a range of awe-inspiring coastal walks and scenic bushwalks.
Marvel at the beauty of the pinnacles on the famous Cape Woolamai Walk, or enjoy sweeping coastal views and the chance to spot whales on the Pyramid Rock Walk. Explore a piece of history on the Kitty Miller Bay Walk out to the old SS Speke Shipwreck, or discover sea caves on low tide on the Forrest Caves Walk. Discover the most southern mangroves in the world on the Rhyll Inlet and Conservation Walk, and Scenic Estate Conservation Reserve Walks.
To see cute highland cattle and beautiful views of Churchill Island and Western Port, Churchill Island Walks are a must!
No matter what your level is, there is a Phillip Island walk for you!
In all public places in Phillip Island and Bass Coast dogs must be on a lead at all times, unless in a designated off-leash area. There are regular patrols to make sure that dogs are registered and on a leash.
Under Local Law, a person in charge of any animal on Council land must carry a bag (or other container) to clean up after their animal.
Click Here to find out dog-friendly beaches and off-leash areas. Please note seasonal restrictions do apply and failure to ahead to
Walk to Berrys Beach along a gently undulating cliff top track and marvel at spectacular coastal views of Phillip Island’s southern coastline including Point Grant on the Nobbies, on the Pyramid Rock to Berrys Beach Walk.
Discover world-renowned wetlands and habitat for migratory waders as you wander the boardwalks through the mangroves on the Rhyll Inlet & Conservation Walk!
The Nobbies Boardwalk is the perfect short walk for families that offers magnificent coastal views and the chance to see the blowhole in action!