Australia Round Island from The Nobbies Viewpoint

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John Freeman

Shoot with care
Take care not to disturb wildlife, especially the penguins if you're lucky enough to spot any as they might be nesting during the day and are occasionally spotted under the boardwalks. Visitors are asked to leave at sunset to protect the colony.

About this spot
The Nobbies is a dramatic strip of rocks jutting into the water and attached to the Phillip Island coastline in Victoria. From here you have great views of the ocean, Round Island, Point Grant and The Nobbies. It is also nearby Seal Rocks State Faunal Reserve and Grant Hill. The Nobbies is an important site for Australia's largest colony of Fur Seals.

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