Rhyll is a small fishing town on Phillip Island. It is located in
the north-east corner of the island. It is named after Rhyl, a holiday
resort in North Wales, Great Britain.
To the south of Rhyll is the Koala Conservation Centre where people can
enjoy a stroll on the boardwalks and meet koalas up close. There are
several walking tracks through the surrounding bush.
The mangrove boardwalk of the Rhyll Inlet is a haven for pelicans,
black swans, gulls and Straw-necked Ibis. The all-tide boat ramp is
equipped with barbecues, two playgrounds, tennis courts and public
toilets. Rhyll contains a general store, and accommodation includes a
caravan park and several B&B’s, and a full range of dining is
available, from restaurants to take-aways.