Those after a challenge may like to undertake an overnight hike to Lower Barry Creek, a serene streamside camping spot. Lower Barry Creek …
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Lower Barry Creek
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Those after a challenge may like to undertake an overnight hike to Lower Barry Creek, a serene streamside camping spot.
Lower Barry Creek is in the northern part of Wilsons Promontory National Park, which is a wilderness zone. To preserve the area there are few facilities and maintenance is kept to a minimum. The only way in and out is by foot.
Only experienced, well equipped and physically fit hikers should attempt this hike. Hikers must fill out an Overnight Hike Application form prior to commencing their hike.
This overnight hike campsite provides only a campsite with no visitor facilities/amenities. A true wilderness experience!
There are 3 other walk-in campsites on the northern wilderness:
- Five Mile Beach
- Barry Creek
- Tin Mine Cove
Refer to the Overnight Hikes Park Note below for more information.
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