The Prom offers wonderful walking opportunities for visitors of all ages and fitness levels. From short walks to day walks, pristine beaches to temperate rainforest, …
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Change of conditions
- Off-track hiking permits are currently unavailable due to the increased risk of land slips in the park. The situation will be reviewed on a regular basis.
Monday 14 January, 2013 |
The Prom offers wonderful walking opportunities for visitors of all ages and fitness levels.
From short walks to day walks, pristine beaches to temperate rainforest, towering sand dunes to lookouts offering spectacular panoramic views, Wilsons Promontory has it all.
Free in-park shuttle bus
Running daily from 26 December 2012 to 27 January 2013, the free in-park shuttle bus stops at popular beach carparks from Norman Bay to Darby River as well as Mount Oberon.
This service enables visitors to plan one way walks to some of the most scenic locations including Squeaky Beach, Tongue Point and Lilly Pilly Gully.
- Park note - Wilsons Promontory NP - Walking guide (PDF File 1.9 MB)
- Parknote - Wilsons Promontory NP - Overnight Hikes (PDF File 1.8 MB)
- Wilsons Promontory NP - Booking & permit conditions (PDF File 91.9 KB)
- Wilsons Promontory NP - Overnight hike application form 2012-13 (PDF File 80.6 KB)
- Wilsons Promontory NP - Overnight hike application form 2013-14 (PDF File 80.6 KB)
08 May 2013
Parks Victoria is thanking its many volunteer groups across the state during National Volunteer Week, 13-19 May. Around 200 volunteer and Friends groups donate their time and energy to Victorian parks, reserves, and marine sanctuaries throughout the year. Last year they contributed over 20,000 days of unpaid work. The figure for this …