Phillip Island has many walking and Cycling tracks and it is the best way to watch the spectacular views of Phillip Island’s coastline and its bushland. Here is a list of the most popular walking and Cycling tracks at the Island. Some of these walks are best taken during low tide.
Conservation Hill and Rhyll Inlet
Address: Cowes-Rhyll Road, Rhyll, Victoria, Australia
Walking tracks and Cycling tracks
Walk through the wetland area, world renowned for its migratory birds and wild life species. Entry point is at the Conservation Hill Car park off the Cowes – Rhyll Road.
Mangrove Boardwalk – 1.2km return
McIlwraith Road Lookout – 4.5km return
Rhyll Village – 7km return
Other Info: Dogs not allowed / Easy to moderate difficulty.
Oswin Roberts Reserve
Address: Harbison Road, Cowes, Victoria
Walking and Cycling tracks
Take a relaxing stroll or cycle through the tracks and consider the koalas and wallabies you see on the way as bonuses. Learn about the area through the information shelters and signage along the path. The track is smooth dirt of gravel. The track starts and ends at Oswin Roberts Reserve. This is a 4.4km return gravel trail. You can make it shorter by taking shorter trails
Woolamai Safety Beach
Address: Cottesloe Avenue, Cape Woolamai
One-hour beach walk towards the bridge. Views across to the fishing boats at the San Remo Jetty. Access to the beach is from Cottesloe Avenue in Cape Woolamai. The Surface is gravel or beach sand.
Cape Woolamai Circuit
This walk provides an opportunity to see the spectacular views of Phillip Island Coastline. Cape Woolamai is the highest point in Phillip Island and between October and April, this coastline is home to thousands of shearwaters. This is around 8.5km and takes around 2.5 hours to complete. The walk starts from the information shelter at the carpark.
Cape Woolamai Surf beach to the Quarry
This is a one hour walk from Cape Woolamai Surf beach car park to quarry. This walk is 2km one way.
Address: Phillip Island Road, Surf Beach Estate
These sea caves are formed by erosion of cliff over many thousands of years. The caves are accessible only during low tide. It takes nearly 45 minutes to complete this 2km return walk.
Ventnor Beach walk
Address: The Esplanade, Ventnor
It is a walk along the beach which will take nearly one hour to complete this 5km return walk. . The beach is accessible from Esplanade off Grossard Point Road.
Kitty Miller Bay Walk
Address: Kitty Miller Road, Phillip Island
This walk is best done during low tide and it goes past the ‘SS Speke’ ship wreck. Only the top part of the wreck is visible. This 2km return walk will take around 1 hour to complete.
Pyramid Rock to Berry’s Beach Walk
Address: Pyramid Rock Road, Phillip Island
This 5km return walk Pyramid Rock to Berry’s beach will take nearly 2 hours to return.
Swan Lake Trail
Address: Ventnor Road, Phillip Island
Walking trail around the Swan Lake which is a well-known bird watching area takes nearly half an hour for return .
Address: 1320 Ventnor Road, Summerlands
Walk along the board walks of nobbies watching the spectacular views of the Phillip Island Coast. The walk will take around half an hour for return.