Wilsons Promontory Tour

  • 8 hours 30 minutes
  • 195 Australian dollars
  • Wencliff Court

Service Description

Wilson’s Promontory, in south Gippsland is known simply as “the Prom” to locals. It is one of the state’s most-loved places. This national park has spectacular scenery from its soaring granite peaks to its white sand beaches. A bushwalker’s paradise, its paths traverse tall open forest, cool temperate rainforest and rugged coastline, towering sand dunes to lookouts offering spectacular panoramic views. The Prom is home to many of Australia’s best known and loved wildlife including kangaroos and wombats, dozens of native bird varieties such as black cockatoos and emus, and of course snakes and echidnas. With a keen eye you may see all of these on any day. The trip to the Prom is picturesque and relaxing. Our first stop is at the quirky village of Fish Creek where you will see a wide range of stores and galleries. Here we take a coffee break. The road ‘down the Prom’ is scenic and varied and it is common to see wildlife roaming the side of the road and several walks can be undertaken on this day trip. There will be an opportunity for up to 3 ½ hours of bushwalking. You will have about 3 ½ hours to enjoy walking and nature spotting in the Prom before the return trip. Guests can purchase lunch at Tidal River but if you wish to spend your time in nature we recommend you bring a picnic lunch with you. The return trip is often a little subdued as guests relax and reflect on the exertion undertaken and the scenery observed. However the scenery is no less stunning and the perspective on the return trip is worth staying alert to. Price: $195 per person Timing: The tour starts from Phillip Island 9.00am and returns at about 6.00pm. Collection Points: The car park at San Remo Foreshore, Newhaven Information Centre, Cowes Information Centre or guest local accommodation by arrangement.

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Contact Details

  • 8 Wencliff Court, Newhaven VIC, Australia