Wilsons Promontory or 'the Prom' as it is affectionately known to many people, is one of Victoria's
The prom is home to many marsupials, such as kangaroos and wombats, native birds and other native animals such as emus, which with a little luck you are able to see up close.
The best way to explore the Prom is on foot so you will no doubt enjoy the hike along some spectacular tracks and be entertained by the pure white quartz 'singing sands' at Squeaky Beach as you walk towards Tidal River, the centre of the National Park.
A minimum age of 13 years is recommended for this tour due to the difficulty of walks.
National Park fees, friendly and informative guide.
Days of operation:
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Departure details: 01/06/20 - 31/03/21
Wed/Fri/Sun: 07:15am - 08:00pm
- Bushwalking, sightseeing, birdwatching and spotting native animals.
Explore some of the excellent hiking tracks such as Lilly Pilly Gully & Mt Bishop with its equally amazing summit views.
- Squeaky Beach
Squeaky Beach is one of Australia’s most famous, as the quartz sand really does squeak as you stroll between rolling surf and windswept vegetation.
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