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Community Open Day and the Littlest Penguin book preview

Over 4,300 Bass Coast locals and 100 Penguin Foundation donors attended our annual Community Open Day. This is an annual celebration of the unique and remarkable conservation work being undertaken on Phillip Island (Millowl).

Thank you to Phillip Island Nature Parks for hosting another incredible Community Open Day. The Nature Parks generously provided one hundred complimentary tickets to Penguin Foundation donors. We were thrilled to see how popular this ticket offering was and we were delighted to welcome our valued donors and members of the local community of Millowl to visit our display at the Penguin Parade. We acknowledge all of our symbolic animal adopters from near and far and those who were able to visit us in person to learn more about the incredible conservation projects and initiatives that the Foundation is supporting.

It was an absolute honour to have the one and only Jedda Robaard join us to showcase her stunning illustrations in an exclusive pre-sale and signing of The Littlest Penguin book. This beautiful, hard cover book is a collaboration between @jeddarobaard @penguinrandomhouse and @penguinfdn @phillipislandnp

The book is in store now at the Penguin Parade and will be officially available at the beginning of October – stay tuned for more details.

Thanks also goes to our corporate partners at Penguin Random House books for sending advance copies of the books for signing and also to Koko Black for sending a few delicious Percy Penguin chocolates to sit alongside our plush penguins in jumpers, all to raise funds for the Penguin Foundation.

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