We found the so called self guided tour to be a rip-off, it was half full of games, the beginning part about the bean was interesting, but it stopped there. All items in the shop are aimed at overseas tourists as they are all very...More
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We visited the Chocolate Factory on our way back to Melbourne. There were some interesting chocolate art designs and a couple of games that you could play to win chocolates. However in my opinion $17 pp is quite expensive for what the place had to...More
Handed over $50, worst decision ever! This is not actually a factory, in fact it is a maze of diabolical things to push, pull and touch. Then tried to buy a chocolate in the shop, but there is a $10 minimum. Terrible by all accounts!...More
A great experience for kids. Perhaps the chocolate making process could be more animated and educational. Get there early as there is only one cashier checking people in and the queues get very long.
Thank you for your positive review. We apologise if you experienced a busy time and in an effort to address this we have already submitted plans and are waiting for approvals to expand the space available to accommodate the extra visitors during the busy times.
There are plenty of things to see and do in the field of chocolate making. Game activities for the kids too. Well stocked shop at the end and a very nice café. Good value for money. Easy access and free parking on site.
We are so pleased you enjoyed all that is on offer at The Phillip Island Chocolate Factory. Thank you for your positive review!