Guest Author: Julie Friedman
Phillip Island presents a great opportunity to get up close and personal with the world’s smallest penguins. These small animals make their nightly traverse from the ocean to land and give adults and kids a fun-filled night of animal-watching. Even in summer months, the temperatures can be cooler so make sure to bring extra layers and even some blankets to use during the wait.
Thank you so much to my guest author, Julie Friedman, lover of Australia for this post. It’s amazing the variety of cool places to go in Australia!
Website: Phillip Island
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