The houses of on the top of the hill are Upper Penguin. Along this street is the Penguin Senior Citizens Club for the elderly penguins, the Penguin Meals on Wheels for the unwell penguins who can’t fish for themselves and the Penguin Vet – a veterinarian professional who specialises in penguins. There’s the Penguin Train for presumably transporting the little critters from here along the coast to their nests and there’s the Crazy Penguin Cafe, an eatery for the penguins who have no desire to swim for their food.
There are Penguins on on all the bins
There is a Penguometer….. Although I’m not sure what it measures.
The big draw card of the town is the Big Penguin who Jenny is now dating (he looks a little perplexed by it all) – look at the hand holding!
The beautiful foreshore of Penguin Beach (to the left)
The beautiful foreshore of Penguin Beach (to the right)
The beautiful foreshore of Penguin Beach (panoramic)
The Penguin Uniting Church that sits between the railway line and the beach for all the penguins’ spiritual needs.