How I spent my last full day in Australia – Phillip Island

Hey Friends,

I recently left my home country, Australia, again, for an indefinite amount of time. I am not sure when I will be back so I made an effort to make the most of my time there which was a challenge due to really shoddy weather (well, it was winter after all). I did manage to spend a lot of quality time with my family and friends, so I was very happy with that.

Footprints in the sand at Cape Woolamai

I chose to spend my last day at Phillip Island

On my last day, I said that I wanted to go somewhere super Australian (lol) with my family so we chose to visit our family favourite, Phillip Island. I frequented Phillip Island a lot as a child so I am very familiar with it. Without further ado… here are the places we visited and my favourite pictures from the day.

Cape Woolamai

Cape Woolamai is well-known for its rock formation, ‘The Pinnacles’ which is depicted below, this is a hot spot for pro and amateur photographers alike. This beach is an amazing place to take a walk (from relaxing to more challenging) and it is a popular place to surf, which was incredible to watch.

Surfers and walkers walking across the beach at Cape Woolamai
The iconic rock formation at Cape Woolamai from afar
Contemplating going in for a surf

The Nobbies

The Nobbies is a short and sweet coastal walk, along a boardwalk providing stunning ocean views. I wrote a more detailed blog post about The Nobbies last year if you are thinking about visiting it yourself.

One of the vantage points along the boardwalk
Enjoying the views along the boardwalk at The Nobbies

Flynns Beach – Summerlands

Flynns beach is another popular surf spot – so it is a great place to surf or spectate. It is also a lovely place to take a walk.

A surfer who caught a small wave, he finished it off with a celebratory scream 🙂

Food Recommendation

We visited Mad Cowes in Cowes, of course, for lunch. They have a great variety of delicious and fresh meals to choose from, I definitely recommend stopping by if you are after a tasty bite to eat.

Thanks to my parents for sharing a wonderful day with me on the island. I, of course, I highly recommend visiting Phillip Island, it is an underrated gem for sure!

Until my next post…

Mikki 🙂

2 thoughts on “How I spent my last full day in Australia – Phillip Island

  1. Beautiful photos, Mikki. I’ve only been to Phillip Island once and it was very special experience. I understand why it’s a favourite for you. I hope you have a wonderful and safe time overseas. All the best. x

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