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Phillip Island Chocolate Factory
Phillip Island Chocolate Factory

Phillip Island Chocolate Factory

Daily: Summer 10am-6pm, Winter 10am-5pm
930 Phillip Island Rd, Newhaven, VIC, Australia, 3925

The basics

Self-guided tours begin at Panny’s Amazing World of Chocolate, with interactive exhibits that turn a love of chocolate into works of art. Stroll past a replica of Michelangelo’s David, carved entirely from chocolate; admire the world’s largest chocolate waterfall; and see if your group can lift a solid block of chocolate that literally weighs a ton. Draw your name in chocolate syrup, design and create your own signature chocolate that is instantly made for you to eat, and watch master chocolatiers at work through the factory windows. If your taste buds still aren’t satisfied, Panny’s cafe serves up an assortment of chocolate cakes, pastries, and hot cocoa topped with white truffles.

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Things to know before you go

  • Tickets can be purchased at the factory or in advance online to avoid waiting in line.
  • All visitors are given a free piece of chocolate to kick off the tour.
  • For savory cravings, the cafe also serves Malaysian and Indian fare like curries and satay wraps.
  • Pick up truffles, chocolate bars, and other treats to take home at the retail shop.
  • Families visiting with multiple children can take advantage of family ticket packages.
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How to get there

The Phillip Island Chocolate Factory is located about 90 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD, less than a mile (1 km) past the Phillip Island bridge. Ample free parking is available.

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When to get there

The factory and cafe are open seven days a week and closed only on Christmas Day. Visit on a weekday for fewer crowds.

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Phillip Island with Kids

Beyond the Phillip Island Chocolate Factory, there's plenty to keep kids entertained on this peaceful island that makes an easy day trip from Melbourne. Watch sheep shearing and other animal activities at the Churchill Island Heritage Farm, see adorable koalas up close at the Koala Conservation Centre, and grab a front-row seat for the famous Penguin Parade, when hundreds of little penguins waddle up the beach to their burrows.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Phillip Island Chocolate Factory?
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What else should I know about attractions in Phillip Island?
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