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Phillip Island & Bass Coast, Victoria

Explore Phillip Island and the Bass Coast for a delightful Victorian escape. Witness the world-famous Penguin Parade on Phillip Island, then discover charming coastal towns, pristine beaches, and national parks along the Bass Coast – a region offering something for everyone.

Airbnb Management in Phillip Island & Bass Coast

Phillip Island and the Bass Coast offer a delightful escape along Victoria's south-eastern coastline, catering to a range of interests. Phillip Island, known for its world-famous Penguin Parade, is a must-visit. Watch in awe as little penguins waddle up the beach at sunset after a day spent fishing at sea. Explore the island's rugged coastline, with dramatic rock formations and pristine beaches perfect for swimming, surfing, and fishing. Venture further along the Bass Coast and discover charming coastal towns like Cowes, San Remo, Wonthaggi, Inverloch, Kilcunda, and Cape Paterson. Each city boasts its own unique character, from bustling holiday havens to relaxed fishing villages. Enjoy fresh seafood at the many cafes and restaurants lining the waterfronts, or explore the region's wineries and sample cool-climate wines. The Bass Coast is also a paradise for nature lovers, with national parks offering hiking, biking, and wildlife spotting opportunities.

Market Snapshot

Data from local Airbnb listings configured as entire units with two bedrooms, one bathroom and accommodating up to four guests.

Occupancy Rate

42.00% per year

The average rate at which a property is booked throughout the year.


152 nights


213 nights

Nightly Rate

$215.00 per night

The average accommodation fee charged to guests per night of stay.





Booking Revenue

$34,441.00 per year

The total revenue generated by bookings, including typical fees.




Cosmo does not provide financial, legal or accounting advice. All estimates are based on past performance of nearby listings, but are not guaranteed to be accurate or reliable. Actual performance may vary. Updated 15 May 2024 at 1:00 am.