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There might be one way around paying for the entrance fee to the Penguin Parade. There is a public road (St Helens Road) overlooking the bay to which the penguins come at night, just above the actual Parade. One might actually be able to see the birds from there, if one brings a good pair of binoculars. Below is a screenshot of the map, whose detailed link ...


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No, there aren't. While branded the "Penguin Parade", the entire penguin colony site is actually operated by Phillip Island Nature Parks, a non-profit organization, and the basic "General Viewing" option only buys you entry to the trails and seating area to watch the penguins waddle ashore. Actual guided tours cost more. There are other penguin colonies ...



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