Red Rocks Homestead

627a Settlement Road, Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria, 3922, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 627a Settlement Road, Cowes, is near Fairy Penguins, Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre, and Phillip Island Nature Park.
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Travel Blogs from Cowes

One Day Tourist!

A travel blog entry by slammckay on Jun 18, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... of honey earlier in the week and here the same container was about $3 dearer! Normal size block of chocolate was about $8 a block.

We decided whilst searching for the winery to follow the road to the end and came upon this beautiful beach "Berrys Beach" quite simply stunning. It had a sad note to it though, at the top of the cliff was a memorial to a young lass that had obviously lost her life.

Then we ...

Phillip island

A travel blog entry by annebk on Apr 28, 2014

4 photos

Explored Phillip Island today, didn't see any penguins. What a lovely holiday destination this island is, lots of places to stay, lots of surfing beaches, and beach fishing, one old bloke on the beach that lindesay spoke to shook his head and grumbled that all he was catching was australian salmon, poor diddums, ...

What a few days

A travel blog entry by richyb on Feb 14, 2014

... basically black and I was getting a bit worried! So I stopped and asked for advice, after a few cups of tea and some food I was told taken back a couple of km and told to go down this road to a place called Marlo, which was about 30km away and it was mostly flat, so I thanked Bill for the lift and set off, the smoke was almost non existent and it felt a world away, however it is worth mentioning that by now it was about 1pm and I had already biked 95km and the smoke ...

Little penguins by Charlie Willis

A travel blog entry by williswalkabout on Jan 06, 2014


Wen we were first working to the seats, we saw three little penguins. We kept looking and looking, but nothing. So we sat down and waited about an hour and a half, then the penguins came. Jarrah cold see them blending in with the rocks, but we couldn't. After a wile we went back to look at the baby's chasing the mothers. (The mothers recognise the baby's but the baby's don't) that's why the baby's were chasing the mums. Back at the souvenir shop I bought a coin, you'll see it wen I'm ...

Mornington Peninsular and Melbourne

A travel blog entry by jatty on Dec 10, 2013

13 photos

... a great variety of waterfowl and other birds. His wife Gertrude developed beautiful gardens around the house where there are trees and plants from all over the world. Weather permitting (which it wasn’t) this would be a good place to spend the day, now owned by Parks Victoria the entry is free, you could sit in the tranquil gardens where there are the inevitable barbeques, or follow the trails round the wetlands where bird hides are strategically placed ...