|Wilsons Promontory, also known as "The Prom" is the furthest southern point of Australian mainland. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Victoria.|
Wilsons Promontory is situated 200 km south-east from Melbourne, and it is a surprisingly wild area, there is only one public road to the Tidal River township. The Prom is the place where you can go hiking for couple of days without any trace of civilization.
|Wilsons Promontory is famous for its bushwalking paths, beautiful mountain and beach views and wildlife. You can easily spot kangaroos, wombats and possums – especially after dark. Wombats are asking for food at caravan park at Tidal River, but it is forbidden to fed them, as they became aggressive. |
|These are views from Mount Bishop, located next to Lilly Pilly Gully. There is about 2 hours walk to the summit from the carpark.|
View to the Mt Oberon
View to Tidal River town and caravan park.
View on the Squeaky Beach and the carpark.
|If you are visiting The Prom, make sure you are going bushwalking. The Prom is famous for its magnificent tracks and offers many short and long walks. |
|Some of the tracks lead to the nice beaches. |
|There are several inhabited islands near The Prom. The whole area is a marine fishing reserve. |
|Sunset at Whiski Bay|