70698 Wilsons Promontory

Situated at the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, Wilsons Promontory National Park is a natural wonder that beckons adventurers, wildlife enthusiasts, and those seeking an escape into pristine wilderness. Stretching across diverse landscapes, from dense forests and heathlands to pristine beaches, the park offers a rich tapestry of ecosystems. Home to a remarkable array of native flora and fauna, Wilsons Promontory is a haven for wildlife lovers. Roaming kangaroos, wallabies, and a variety of bird species add to the park's allure. Keep your eyes peeled for wombats, which are often spotted in the evening hours.

 31382 Whiskey Beach
 70780 Squeaky Beach Sunset

Wilsons Promontory Road guides you through the park, from the entrance to the primary park headquarters at Tidal River. This location serves as the hub for visitors, housing the main park campground, making it an excellent base for exploring the park. From Tidal River, you can easily venture out to the park's main beaches. Take the chance to discover the renowned Squeaky Beach, famous for its pristine quartz sand that emits a distinctive squeak as you walk. Additionally, make sure to explore Whiskey Beach and, of course, the expansive beauty of Norman Beach – all essential highlights of your visit to this remarkable national park.

 70606 Refuge Cove
 70626 Oberon Bay

If hiking is your passion, then the Wilsons Promontory Lighthouse Walk is a must-experience adventure. This 3 to 4-day trek encompasses pristine beaches and coves within the park. Our 3-day journey took us through Sealers Cove, Refuge Cove, Waterloo Bay, and back via Little Oberon Bay, offering a captivating exploration of the park's diverse landscapes. Undoubtedly, it stands as one of the finest multi-day walks, making it an absolute must for hiking enthusiasts. Don't let this incredible opportunity pass you by!

 31372 Mount Oberon Views

Mount Oberon stands as an iconic landmark, offering visitors a panoramic vantage point to behold the park's stunning beauty. The ascent to Mount Oberon unveils a picturesque journey through diverse landscapes, from dense eucalyptus forests to rocky outcrops. The summit rewards intrepid hikers with sweeping views of the surrounding coastline, showcasing the meeting of land and sea in a mesmerizing display.

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