Wilsons Promontory
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Wilsons Promontory

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Walking is the best way to explore the natural sanctuary of Wilsons Promontory. Known as ‘The Prom' to locals, it embraces 50,000 hectares of coastal wilderness on mainland Australia's southernmost tip. The many well-marked trails traverse empty beaches and eucalypt forest, heath and swamp, cool rainforest gullies and rocky mountain tops. Opt for short and scenic trails, like the Loo-Errn Track, ideal for families and the mobility-impaired. Do a day trek to the lighthouse or spend three days on the Wilsons Promontory Circuit Trail, which starts from the main tourist hub of Tidal River. Scale Mount Oberon or hike out to remote and beautiful Millers Landing. Stay at campsites throughout the park and get up close to the park's incredible array of native plants, birds and animals. You can also dive and snorkel with magical marine life in the clear, protected waters offshore.

At a glance:

  • Wilsons Promontory Circuit Trail (3 Days)
  • Loo-Errn Track to Tidal River to Squeaky Beach (30 minutes) 
  • Mt Oberon Nature Walk (2 hours return)
  • Lilly Pilly Gully Circuit (3 hours return)
  • South Norman Bay and Little Oberon Bay (3 hours return)
  • Millers Landing-Vereker Outlook Trail (3 hours return)
  • Tongue Point (5 hours return)

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