Phillip Island is quite possibly the most popular attraction for overseas visitors in Victoria. Gorgeous small penguins waddling up the beach at night, thousands of seals at Seals Rock and koalas at the Koala Park - make this a top destination for overseas and local travellers alike. Cowes is a beautiful tree-lined seaside town with good shopping and great restaurants. Phillip Island has a delightful winery, family-friendly sandy beaches and rugged ocean beaches well known for challenging surf breaks. The MotorGP has made this little island world famous with the most scenic track on the MotorGP circuit.Wilson’s Promontory has spectacular scenery - deep green rainforests, squeaky white sand beaches and huge grey granite mountains - just some of the natural wonders located at the most southern tip of Australia. Whether bushwalking for an hour or overnight hiking for 3 days, a visit to "The Prom" will leave an everlasting impression.The towns leading to "The Prom" are steeped in Victoria's history and surrounded by rich fertile farming land.
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