Rhyll and Phillip Island

Lovely rainbow over Rhyll harbour

Just 6k from Cowes lies the little seaside village of Rhyll.   In season Rhyll comes alive with keen anglers, sailors and holiday makers.

All year round visitors enjoy walking along the unspoilt beachfront and exploring the mangrove boardwalk of the Rhyll Inlet, which is a haven for pelicans, black swans, gulls and straw necked ibis.

The all-tide boat ramp is a great attraction, with BBQs, two playgrounds, tennis courts and public toilets to cater for all the family.

A full range of dining is available, from restaurants to take-aways, with a well provisioned general store to supply your day to day requirements.   Come and stay overnight, or for several nights, and enjoy the tranquillity of Rhyll.

You can find us just across the road from the Wild Food Farm.

Other Phillip Island attractions

  • Penguin Parade (see video)
  • Koala Conservation Centre
  • Churchill Island (monthly farmers’ market)
  • A MAZE’N THINGS (www.amazenthings.com.au)
  • Fur seal colony
  • Boat cruises
  • Nature walks
  • Wineries
  • Surfing
  • Golf

For savings on several of these attractions go to: phillipislandexperience.com.au

Our guests receive 10% discount on Wildlifecoast cruises, see wildlifecoastcruises.com.au

 

T-Cat Charters

 

Rhyll House of Wellness sign

Rhyll House of Wellness (Phone 0402 652 418)

 

Rhyll from the air

Rhyll from the air

 

Tides fish and chip shop

Tides fish and chip shop

 

Rhyll boating centre

Rhyll boating centre

 

Rhyll inlet

Rhyll inlet

 

Westernport vista1

Looking across Westernport from Rhyll

 

Rhyll boats

Rhyll boats

 

Rhyll beach

Rhyll beach at high tide

 

The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai

The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai

 

Surf beach

Surf beach

 

YCW beach

YCW beach

 

Southpoint, near the Nobbies

Southpoint, near the Nobbies

 

Southpoint, near the Nobbies

Southpoint, near the Nobbies

 

Phillip island whale watching festival logo