Australian Wildlife

List of Places to See Penguins, Australia

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Kangaroo Island Penguin Centre
Kingscote Wharf, Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island Penguin Centre (formerly known as Kangaroo Island Marine Centre) is located at Kingscote Wharf on the north east of Kangaroo Island. The Centre has a small Aquarium with several saltwater tanks displaying some of the local Kangaroo... Click to continue>
King Island
Bass Strait
King Island is situated in Bass Strait, between Victoria and Tasmania. The only commercial trip you can get to the island is by plane, with the flight taking about 50 minutes from either Victoria or Tasmania. The island is about 64km long by 27km... Click to continue>
Penguin Island
off Perth
Penguin Island is located just off of Perth, in Western Australia. The island is small, just 12.5 hectares, and is inhabited by the largest population of Little Penguins in Western Australia. Click to continue>
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island
Philip Island
Phillip Island is located just off the Victorian coast south of the Mornington Peninsula. It is now connected to the mainland by a bridge across Western Port Bay. The Penguin Parade at Phillip Island is one of the best known wildlife attractions in... Click to continue>
Penneshaw Penguin Centre
Kangaroo Island
The Penneshaw Penguin Centre is situated on the shore at Hog Bay Beach in Penneshaw, on the eastern side of Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw is home to a colony of Little Penguins (also known as Fairy Penguins), and is one of the best places to see... Click to continue>

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