Phillip Island and the Bass Coast encompasses a region that includes a diversity
of coastline offering magnificent coastal scenery and beaches, friendly small
townships, many popular wildlife attractions such as the koalas and Little
Penguins on Phillip Island
and the beautiful Venus Bay.
Overlooking the Bass Strait, the Bass Coast overlaps with the
Gippsland region encompassing
Inverloch and Venus Bay. Further
along the coastline you come across one of Victorias most popular parks,
National Park, which is also the most southerly point of the Australian
There are a number of Easy Access forms available on the
website that provide useful information about the area for visitors with
specific access requirement. Information is also available from the
Bass Coast Shire
Council site: About Bass Coast -
Accessible Tourism - Easy Access Maps.
Check out our listing of
accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information,
contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions,
tours, local maps and other information.