Bittern Coastal Wetlands
The Bittern Coastal Wetlands are naturally occurring and home to migratory birds that visit annually. They form part of the Western Port Ramsar site, which is a wetland of international significance.
The wetlands feature a boardwalk, which offers a unique opportunity to view and experience this segment of the Ramsar site without having an impact on the fragile vegetation.
This virtual tour allows you to learn about the unique environmental features of the wetland’s flora and fauna and the work being done to protect it.
To take the tour, use the buttons at the bottom of the below screen to navigate, including 360 degree views, and fullscreen mode.
Observation Point and Rhyll Inlet
Observation Point and Rhyll Inlet are part of Phillip Island and part of the internationally-important Western Port Ramsar site.
This virtual tour allows you to discover the unique wildlife and other natural values that exist on Phillip Island, including coastal saltmarsh, mangroves, waterbirds, and shorebirds.
You can learn about the importance of the intertidal zone, that provides important habitat for global travellers including Red-necked stints and Eastern curlews.
This virtual tour was created in partnership with Phillip Island Nature Parks.
To take the tour, slick ‘start the walk’ and then use the buttons at the bottom of the screen to navigate, including viewing the map, 360 degree views and fullscreen mode.