Along with day visitor sites around Tidal River such as Lilly Pilly Gully, the southern section of the Prom hosts an array of overnight hikes
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Southern Prom overnight hikes
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Change of conditions
- There is currently no water available at Oberon Bay. Hikers are required to carry in their own water.
at Southern Prom overnight hikes
Thursday 4 April, 2013 |
Along with day visitor sites around Tidal River such as Lilly Pilly Gully, the southern section of the Prom hosts an array of overnight hikes with various routes and locations depending on time, enthusiasm and fitness levels of hikers.
These sites are accessible when embarking upon the overnight hike track from Tidal River or Telegraph Saddle Carpark..
- Little Waterloo
- Refuge Cove
- Roaring Meg
- Sealers Cove
- Halfway Hut
- Oberon Bay - (although this location only can be done as a day walk too)
A maximum two night consecutive stay applies at these campsite locations.
Only basic camping facilities are available at these locations, including water supply (Note: no water available at Oberon Bay).
Composting toilets are provided, though toilet paper is not supplied.
Hikers must fill out an Overnight Hike Application form prior to commencing their hike.
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