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Top-rated holiday rentals in Phillip Island

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Guest suite in Cowes
Hobsons Cabin - Perfect for couples or singles.
Hobsons Cabin is a self contained cabin (one of two cabins in our backyard) at the right hand side of our private backyard. Access through gates and carport. Features Queen size bed, split system heating & cooling, ceiling fan, heater, kitchenette including microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle, electric frypan, cutlery & crockery. Separate toilet & bathroom. All linen supplied. Close to beach, GP track, Penguin Parade, Nobbies Centre etc. 5 mins drive to Cowes to all shops & restaurants.
6 – 13 July
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Apartment in San Remo
Entire apartment with Ocean and Cape Woolamai view
Beautiful views ever changing from the 1 bedroom apartment in a complex with other apartments. Quiet location and 10 min walk to the beach. Fully equipped kitchen and laundry. The lounge and bedroom open out to the spacious deck and the view. Well behaved pets welcome, dog off-lead beach only 10 min walk away plus large shared lawn within the complex of apartments. We have no fenced area to leave your dog, ok inside while you are there. A great place to unwind and watch the ocean.
8 – 15 Nov
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Tiny home in Cape Woolamai
Coastal Tiny House - pet friendly
This peaceful tiny house is in a leafy garden, close to Phillip Island's beaches, nature & wildlife attractions. Come and relax here, or explore the area, on foot, bicycle or go on a scenic drive. At the cottage you have your own private space, queen bed (on a mezzanine), bathroom and kitchenette (limited cooking facilities). There is also a cute private patio overlooking the garden. Pets are very welcome, the yard is fully fenced, and the local beaches are dog-friendly!
22 – 27 Mar

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Perfect Family Getaway Home
17 – 24 May
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Guest suite in Cowes
Private studio 5 doors to beach sleeps 4 & pets
11 – 18 Sept
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Guest suite in Smiths Beach
“The Bungalow” Smiths Beach ♿️
19 – 26 May
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Guesthouse in Cowes
Quiet Garden Studio in heart of Cowes
31 Aug – 7 Sept
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Guesthouse in Surf Beach
The Bungalow Surf Beach
29 Apr – 6 May
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Home in Sunderland Bay
Sunderland House
29 Oct – 5 Nov
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Home in Ventnor
NETHERBY WATERS BEACH HOUSE- Phillip Island
27 June – 4 July
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Townhouse in Sunset Strip
Free Yoga & Private Gym
12 – 19 June
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Apartment in Ventnor
Aloha Ha Phillip Island walk to beach
26 Nov – 3 Dec
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Guest suite in Cape Woolamai
Studio 29
18 – 25 Aug
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Guest suite in San Remo
Uninterrupted Water Views at your door.
12 – 19 Feb
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Guesthouse in Sunset Strip
Parker Barn Phillip Island
12 – 19 Sept

Your guide to Phillip Island

All About Phillip Island

Phillip Island sits in Westernport Bay around 140 kilometres south of Melbourne. The island is attached to the mainland via a bridge from the town of San Remo. While it is only 25 kilometres long and nine kilometres wide, it packs a lot of natural wonder and attractions into a small space. The island boasts some of the best surf beaches in the country — it’s been declared Victoria's first National Surfing Reserve for its quality breaks and pristine environment, best illustrated at beaches like Cape Woolamai, Smiths Beach, and Cat Bay.

Phillip Island is also known for being a paradise for wildlife including kangaroos, koalas and the island’s most famous inhabitants — more than 30,000 fairy penguins who parade their way out of the ocean every evening, to find their burrows scattered around the Island. Another highlight is the Seal Rocks at the Nobbies, which are home to Australia’s largest fur seal colony.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Phillip Island

The most pleasant time to visit the Island is September to November and March to April when the days are mostly sunny and dry, perfect for exploring the island’s many attractions. The popular Phillip Island Jazz Festival takes centre stage in November, bringing musicians from far and wide for three days of live music in the town of Cowes. Summer at Phillip Island offers warm, long days and pleasant nights for enjoying all the water activities on offer at the beach. Just be aware that the weather is changeable on the island, even in summer — so it’s a good idea to pack a coat, along with a hat and sunscreen. Whenever you visit, you’ll find holiday houses and rentals on Phillip Island for all tastes and budgets.


Top things to do in Phillip Island

Churchill Island

Churchill Island is the site of the first farm in Victoria and offers fascinating insight into Australia’s pioneering history and 19th-century farming techniques. You can wander through the original homestead and traditional gardens at your own pace. Take time to stroll along the walking paths too, which provide a great place to spot local wildlife. There’s also a café on the island for when you need to stop for a bite and a coffee.

The Nobbies

Wander the 500 metres of cliff-top boardwalks at The Nobbies for spectacular ocean views of Bass Strait. Along the way you will see the explosive blowhole caused by waves smashing into a large sea cave, creating a large jet of water soaring into the sky. Look out to the Seal Rocks, which is home to Australia's largest fur seal colony. You may even spot a fairy penguin here.

Cowes

Cowes is the main town on Phillip Island and offers restaurants, cafes, galleries, and artisan stores full of unique gifts and souvenirs. Cowes Beach is also known for its calmer waters, which provides some of the best conditions for swimming and watersports on the island. Take a sunset stroll along The Esplanade, the main street, and onto the pier for spectacular ocean views looking out to Victoria’s mainland.

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