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Wilsons Promontory - Day Hiking Tour

Marine Parade, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182
Tour operated by: Hike & Seek

Discover coastal views, white sands and impressive mountain views at Wilson’s Prom.

Be guided through some of the most surreal scenery at Wilson’s Prom starting with an easy hike to the white sands of Squeaky Beach. Stroll along the sand to find out where it gets its name from.
You will return via the coastal trail to Tidal River township to refuel for lunch.

Next it’s time to increase the intensity as you wind your way through stringy-bark forests and over streams on the way to the rocky summit of Mt Bishop. On arrival be rewarded with magnificent views and a chance to soak up the beauty of the park from above.

You will then descend via an alternative trail through iconic Australian eucalypt forest and dense rainforest. Keep your eyes peeled for native birds and koalas that call the forest home.

Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 14/02/18

    Wed: 07:30am - 07:30pm

Hide & Seek are James and Mette, nature lovers, hikers and seekers.

While hiking through Victoria’s Sealers Cove in Wilson Promontory, James and Metter came up with the idea of Hike & Seek as a way of combining their love of nature, travel and good times with fellow travellers and locals alike.

Hike & Seek sets out on a mission to find the most beautiful and epic hiking destinations, all within a short drive from Melbourne. What better way to see all that Victoria has to offer than in a VW Kombi van, the original adventurer.

Named her Olivia, this VW Kombi has been restored for maximum comfort on the road. Since humble beginnings, Hike & Seek have introduced a newer model VW to the fleet, Biggie. He is built for adventure and shares the same free-spirited soul of what Hike & Seek hope to achieve for their tours.

Intimate, small group hiking tours have been designed for other like-minded folk who share the same enthusiasm, curiosity and sense of respect for nature and the outdoors.

Marine Parade, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182

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