Phillip Island Nature Park (PINP) Education Department
Phillip Island Nature Park has an Education Department with tertiary qualified and eco-accredited Rangers conducting an array of informative and engaging presentations.

Phillip Island Nature Park
Established in 1996, the Phillip Island Nature Park brings together precincts including the Penguin Parade, the Koala Conservation Centre, Churchill Island Heritage Farm, the Nobbies, Cape Woolamai, Rhyll and Rowell wetlands and many more special places throughout Phillip Island. Day trips and excursions to Phillip Island may be undertaken and Ranger Talks are available for all ages and group specifications.

Penguin Parade
The Penguin Parade Visitors Centre has many interpretive displays and is open during the day for visitors including school and family groups. They also have education staff who undertake Ranger Talks and guided tours.

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Marine Species Conservation
Australian Government information about the conservation of marine wildlife including seals. Contains information for relevant legislation.

Entanglement of Marine Life
Australian Government information about marine entanglement with litter.

The RSPCA treats many injured animals. They have a school education service about a wildlife and pet welfare program.

Seal Conservation Society
Information and images of all of the world’s seals.

Stormwater Education - Australian Marine Environment Protection Association (AUSMEPA)
Click on stormwater to obtain information about the impact on stormwater on the marine environment along with curriculum materials.