Historical information

Folder donated by Joe Prince.
Inside folde as writtenr: "Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia"
"Situated in Westernport Bay, Phillip Island offers a delightful combination of rugged coastal scenery, quiet restful countryside, and calm sheltered coves.
The tourist finds ample interesting features within easy reach of the many Guest Houses and Hotels. The native Koala Bear is seen in numerous parts of the island, and tourist parties are given the opportunity of visiting the haunts of the Penguin and Seal.
Excellent beaches provide good swimming and surfing, and the sportsman finds plenty of scope for his activities.
The new bridge from San Remo to Newhaven provides an alternative means of communication to that supplied by the Ferry from Stony Point to Cowes."

Physical description

Colour photo folder of Phillip Island.
1. The picturesque rugged coastline at Phillip Island
2. Isle of Wight Hotel, Cowes, Phillip Island
3. The Nobbies and Seal Rocks, Phillip Island
4. Summerland Beach, the home of the Fairy Penguins, Phillip Island (now called Little Penguins)
5. Overlooking the Jetty at Cowes, Phillip Island
6. View from the Jetty looking towards Cowes
7. The Australian Koala and young
8. Thompson Avenue, Cowes
9. One of the many fine beaches at Phillip Island
10. Coastal scene from Erehwon Point, Phillip Island
11. Seals on the Seal Rocks, off Phillip Island
12. The Parade of the Fairy Penguins, Phillip Island
13. Fishing craft at San Remo

Inscriptions & markings

On front: "Phillip Island"