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Do you love our Oceans? Do you love the outdoors? Do you love meeting like-minded people? Do you like volunteering for worthy causes? If you said yes to one, or all, you're in the right place.
Trash Bags On Tour will take you to beautiful tourist locations around Victoria to see the tourist sites, yet we make sure we give back to the local community and environment by conducting a beach clean up. We part-take in data collection for Tangaroa Blue's Australian Marine Debris Initiative and will have a low waste discussion during the day to help you on your journey to a more sustainable lifestyle.

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Phillip Island Eco Tourism Day Out

Phillip Island Nature Parks


Ever wanted to help the environment while enjoying beautiful views with like minded people? Interested in learning how to live more sustainable without overwhelming yourself? This is your chance! Enjoy an educational day outdoors at Phillip Island whilst helping the local marine life. · Participate in an Ocean Side Beach Clean with local program Turn the Tide · Learn how to live a more sustainable lifestyle · See the magnificent Cape Woolamai · See and snap a photo with a cuddly Koala · Take an educational meander through the Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies Centre · Learn about the importance Phillip Island Nature Parks play on the island · See the iconic Penguins come back to shore a the Penguin Parade Itinerary details: Phillip Island is most famous for its colony of penguins that return home every single night back to their burrows to enjoy the safety of land and have a rest from their fishing efforts. Yet Phillip Island is a thriving community with local efforts to keep this piece of natural paradise the way it was intended to be. Throughout the day you’ll have the opportunity to not only see the main beautiful sights Phillip Island has to offer like Cape Woolamai, The Nobbies, and Summerlands Beach, you will also take part in an ocean side beach clean and marine debris sort, a much needed and important activity to help keep our marine life safe from harm. Before Victoria’s number one attraction, the little penguins, come home after sunset you’ll hear what experts in their field are doing to preserve one of Australia’s most important wildlife areas. Want to live a more zero waste lifestyle? We have got a great talk to present to you on ways to reduce your personal impact. You’ll get to meander with the Koalas at the Koala Reserve and marvel at the beaches the local surfers love to play in. This is a day to make a difference, not only to sight see. Cost: $99 per adult and $85 per child Book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/phillip-island-eco-tourism-day-out-tickets-52935417258?fbclid=IwAR2ZJKoT5OaJnuWndAe6J1Rbty8aTTYyvUvpwrynxU1ALVc9dji7YkG1DTc Inclusions: Transportation from Melbourne city centre, informative guide, light lunch, zero waste talk, entrance to the Koala Reserve educational, talk from Phillip Island Nature Parks, Antarctic Journey entry ticket, Turn the Tide beach clean up program, beach cleaning supplies, general entry to Penguin Parade, carbon emissions offset through Green Fleet. Depart: Immigration Museum (Crn Flinders and Market st) at 11 am, please arrive 10 minutes prior to departure time. Return to Melbourne: Around 11:30pm What to bring: drinking water, clothes you don’t mind getting a little dirty in, closed toe shoes, keep cup for those take away coffees.

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