Wilsons Prom

Beaches
Squeaky Beach

Beautiful and popular beach. It’s a short walk from the carpark off Squeaky Beach Rd. If you want somewhere quieter try Leonard Bay around the corner.

Whisky Bay

Beautiful beach. Easily accessible off Wilsons Prom Rd. Over the headland is another great beach at Picnic Bay.

Big Drift

A 30 min walk from Stockyard Campground. Huge sand dunes here. Lots of fun to run up and down. Take a board to ride down the dunes.

Norman Beach

Beautiful beach a short walk from Tidal River Campground. Great views along coast in both directions.

Fairy Cove

Beautiful and secluded beach. Park at Darby River Carpark for the quickest way in.

Attractions
Telegraph Track

Beautiful track that leads to Oberon Bay passing Little Oberon Bay and Norman Bay. Takes about 7 hours one way. You can camp the night at Norman Bay.

Loo-errn Track to Squeaky Beach

Easy walk along Tidal River. Take the detour to Pillar Point lookout. Follow the Squeaky Beach Track over the headland separating Norman and Leonard bays.

Mount Oberon Nature Walk

This 2 hour return track to Mount Oberon's summit follows a steady incline. The view at the summit is one of the best in the Prom. Take a jumper.

Lilly Pilly Gully Circuit

Start at the Lilly Pilly Carpark and follow the footbridge over Tidal River. This walk takes two hours or so and has great views and lots of wildlife. In the spring there are lots of wildflowers.

Verekey Outlook and Millers Landing Nature Walk

This walk will take about 3 hours and has some great views. You'll share the trail with local wildlife such as emus, wallabies and kangaroos. Head out to Verekey Lookout first. On your way back follow the Millers Landing Link Track to meet the Millers Landing Nature Walk. A short detour can take you to Millers Landing but its not a great place to swim. The walk back is through the mangroves.

Wilsons Promontory Southern Circuit

A 2 or 3 day walk starting at Telegraph Saddle car park. Trail runs through to Sealers Cove and from there to Refuge Cove, where you can camp. On the second day you will climb Kersops peak and continue along the trail to more beautiful beaches. You can finish the track that day or camp another night at one of several campsites.

Accommodation
Tidal River Campground

A huge campground that fills up at busy times. You will need to book your site here. Great facilities. There is a shop that sells all the essentials at high prices.

Stockyard Campground

Nicer campground than Tidal River and may be easier to get a site.

Other campsites

If you can hike in to another campsite around the park the cost of a site is around $13. These campgrounds are much quieter.