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Unfortunately no longer running and the only way you can see penguins is on a night tour. Shame really bcos the people that worked here were dedicated. Unfortunate that penguins can thrive in metropolis of st kilda (Melbourne) but struggle in Victor harbor. Granite island isn't the same without the penguin centre
This was excellent. This was a lovely educational and conservation enterprise. Unfortunately this has closed. Granite Island’s evening penguin tours are still in operation and can be booked through Victor Harbor Information Centre.
We had a great time doing a nighttime penguin spotting tour. Our guide Graham was fantastic - he had so much knowledge about the penguins and a bunch of interesting anecdotes about his time observing the Penguins and other wildlife on granite island over the years. Given it was such a cold night we were fortunate to spot multiple penguins... 更多
We deliberatly started our holiday here so our children could experience the amazing penguins as we did many years ago. On all the websites it still features the penguins as the main attraction to the area, however when we got there, we were told that they had all died from some form of disease and that there wasnt any to... 更多
What can i say.. was disappointed that it was closed. Didn't see any notification that is was closed. There was alot of people going over to the island the day we went. the walk around the island was good
Went to the information centre to book a tour but told that it was now closed until the end of March (earliest) as there were only 3 penguins currently visiting the island, and these are often out at sea fishing.
A lovely place with lovely staff, who are on a worthwhile mission to preserve the Fairy Penguins. The centre only has 3 penguins left when we visited, having set the rest back into the wild. While I can understand the intention is to free as many penguins back to the wild as possible, it's a shame that the whole facility... 更多
Very interesting to here about the work they do and the plight of the penguins in the area. We were there for feeding time, and the lady who feeds them was very2 passionate about the work they do.