Driving to Phillip Island

Phillip Island is a leisurely 90 minute drive south-east of Melbourne.

  1. Take the Monash Freeway (M1) to the Cranbourne Exit, where you will turn into the South Gippsland Highway (M420).
  2. Follow this route to the Bass Highway (A420), which takes you through Grantville and past Corinella and Bass.
  3. Turn right at the roundabout at Anderson onto Phillip Island Tourist Road (B420).
  4. Continue through San Remo
  5. Once over the bridge, continue 200 metres and look for the "Wave" at the "Islantis Wave Complex" and turn left into Bluebird Circuit.

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Taking the bus to Phillip Island

For bus details call V/Line on 136 196 or visit www.viclink.com.au.

The complex is a 10 second walk from the first bus stop over the bridge at Newhaven Forest Road Phillip Island.

Or see Google Maps



Jumping on the ferry to Phillip Island

For ferry details call +61 (03) 9585 5730 or visit Inter Island Ferries Website.

Getting Around Phillip Island

Travel by car is recommended to access all areas of Phillip Island, as there is no shuttle bus service. Other transport options include:

Car Hire: Phillip Island Car Hire -  PH 03 5952 5402 or 0419 556 224

Bike Hire: We offer Bike Hire Onsite. Safe Bike tracks cover almost the whole Island, allowing you to access most major attractions

Taxi: Phillip Island Taxi Number: 13CABS (132227)

Vline Bus Service: Ph 136 196 or 03 8608 5011 Vline Bus Timetable: Catch the bus from Southern Cross to Newhaven, and check out the other stops on the island *This service is limited, and runs around 6 times a day, with a few hours between service either direction.

Penguin Parade - The Penguin Parade is difficult to get to from anywhere on the Island.

  • You could get a Taxi, which costs around $30 one way
  • You can book a spot on The Little Penguin Bus - PH 1800 466 080
  • We can try to organise you a lift another way


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