Great Southern Escapes run small group tours of Wilsons Promontory, in Gippsland, Australia.
Departing Melbourne on Monday, Thursday and Saturdays. Private touring options available on request.
On their Wilsons Promontory day tours, Great Southern Escapes want you to see how special The Prom really is. Whether it is the first time you draw breath at the top of Mt Oberon or your first encounter with a wild emu, they want you to get to know the extraordinary wilderness of Wilson’s Promontory National Park.
The simple pleasure of being outdoors can be found here, come and take in the absolute and wild beauty of The Prom with Great Southern Escapes.
This full day tour departs and returns Melbourne, and includes travelling in a Mercedes mini coach for up to ten people. The tour includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
Children are defined as 12 years and under.
Pick up and drop off Melbourne CBD. Includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Travel in comfort in a Mercedes 12 seat mini coach.
Days of operation:
The tour departs on a scheduled basis, every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
At Great Southern Escapes they are committed to providing quality nature-based experiences to Wilsons Promontory and the Snowy River National Park in Gippsland, showcasing the region's spectacular coastal and high country scenery, abundant wildlife and food and wine.
Offering hotel pick-up and return in the Melbourne CBD or in the region, their private tours are designed to provide visitors with a local authentic experience.
On their Wilsons Promontory tour, experience the very best of nature and wildlife as you hike, paddle or kayak in this incredible National Park. Experience a Pennicott Wilderness Tour of the nearby islands, including the iconic Skull Rock and view the abundant wildlife by both land and sea.
The Snowy River is arguably the most iconic river in Australia. The Snowy cuts her way through valleys and gorges forming some of Australia’s most spectacular high country scenery and their private tour takes in this wilderness area from Little River Gorge to MacKillops Bridge on a 4x4 drive through some of Australia’s best rugged mountain scenery.
Gippsland is a natural food bowl, and we work with businesses that connect food, farmers and local producers, creating journey’s to share with our visitors through Gippslands abundant table. The Gippsland wine trail is a secret pleasure that will introduce you to a range of quality wines that you’ll find hard to source elsewhere.
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