Victoria Tourism welcomes Comfort Resort Kaloha Phillip Island, in Cowes for all your holiday accommodation needs, save booking direct with your provider.Comfort Resort Kaloha Phillip Island is the island's premier holiday resort, centrally located right on the beach and a minutes walk to the shops, restaurants and cafes of Cowes. Comfort Resort Kaloha Phillip Island has a largest range of accommodation styles to choose from whether you are a couple wanting a luxury spa suite, or a family wanting self-contained two bedroom accommodation - they offer it all. Set amongst beautiful tropical gardens, Kaloha has everything you need on site to make your stay as relaxing and enjoyable as possible. With a large salt water swimming pool and a hot spa under the Bali thatch gazebo, you can also choose to cook your own food in your room or on one of the barbecues. Or you might prefer to relax and be waited on in the fully licensed restaurant, The Palms, a favourite with the locals. Cosy up by the fire in winter, or dine alfresco outside on the veranda in summer overlooking the palm trees and pool. Room service is also available. Children are well looked after with a playground and a shallow beach style area in the pool, especially for the little ones. Above all, the famous Lovers Walk and beautiful Cowes beach is right at the back gate. Comfort Resort Kaloha is only a short ten to fifteen minute drive from many of the Islands attractions including the world renowned Penguin Parade and Nobbies, Koala Conservation Centre, the Grand Prix Circuit, Churchill Island, Amaze'N Things and Chocolate Factory. There are plenty of sandy beaches and rugged coastal scenery to enjoy whether it be surfing, snorkelling, canoeing or long, leisurely walks that interest you . A variety of easy bike tracks surround the island as well. Please contact Comfort Resort Kaloha directly or view the website for further information.
Comfort Resort Kaloha Phillip Island has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under?
Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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