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Koala Park Resort, Cowes

Koala Park Resort is a great place to stay with family, friends or as a large group. We are centrally located on Phillip Island, on 5 acres of peaceful, natural bushland, which is also popular with lots of birdlife. Whether you want to relax and take it easy, or be more energetic, we’ve got it all! Play tennis, basketball or volleyball on one of our 6 plexipave courts, have a dip in the pool or sit around the outdoor campfire and talk about the day, tell stories or just take in the stars. Cook up a storm in our brand new undercover BBQ area which is complete with gas cook top and a sink. We are close to all of the attractions the Island has to offer, only a short drive to restaurants, RSL & Golf clubs, the many beaches and other fun activities. Accommodation is in ensuite motel rooms, all with bar fridge, kettle, toaster and TV. We have 8 one bedroom units, 6 two bedroom family units and 4 two bedroom bunkroom cabins to cater for most requirements. All linen, towels and tea and coffee making facilities are provided, however we also have “room only” rates available. Groups stay in our motel rooms, and in “The Bunkhouse”. As a group, you also have the use of our recreation/dining room facility which comprises a large lounge area with pool table, table tennis, soccer ball table, large TV /DVD/ Video and open fire, and our dining room seats up to 110 people. We fully cater for groups of 25 and more, or self catering is also an option.

Accommodation Options

Single bedroom ensuite

Duble/queen bed and of single bunks. Accommodates up to 4

2 bedroom ensuite cabins

4 sets of single bunks. Accommodates up to 8

2 bedroom family ensuite units

Qeen bed and 3 sets of single bunks. Accommodates up to 8


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