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Wilson’s Promontory National Park Tour

Australia’s Best-Kept Secret | Walk Along Squeaky Beach | Hike Up to Mt. Oberon

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Adult Ages 16+
A$149
Child Ages 0-15
A$129

Bush Walking, Idyllic Beaches & Wildlife Spotting in Victoria’s First National Park

This little-known, picturesque national park is often referred to as Australia’s best-kept secret. Affectionately known as Wilsons Prom or, for the Melburnians, simply “The Prom,” the national park spans over 500 square kilometres filled with unspoiled, wondrous nature. Check out spots like Squeaky Beach, one of Australia’s most famous stretches of sand. Wriggle your toes in the squeaky quartz sand as you stroll by the wild seas. Take a guided walk on Mount Bishop with its spectacular views and spot wildlife throughout the afternoon. The Prom is a truly unique and unspoilt region where you can really get back to nature.

Inclusions

  • All transfers in air-conditioned comfort
  • All park entrance fees & taxes
  • Friendly and informative tour guide
  • Squeaky Beach
  • Coastal walk to Tidal River
  • Guided walk to enjoy amazing summit view form Mt Bishop
  • Guaranteed wildlife spotting
  • Complimentary onboard Wi-Fi

Highlights Of Wilsons Prom

With so much area to cover, seeking out the best bits on your own is no mean feat. At Melbourne Tours, we take the guessing out of the game and ensure you don’t miss anything. There is a lot to love about The Prom, but here are some of our personal favourites.

Nature, Nature, and More Nature!

A trip to the coastal bushlands is a sure-fire way to immerse yourself in the iconic Aussie nature and meet some of our most famous furry friends. As a wildlife refuge, Wilsons Prom is home to a host of native species, including wombats, emus, echidnas, and of course, kangaroos. The array of bold and beautiful bird species is also impressive, so look out for streaks of colour in the trees.

As our adventure unfolds, keep an eye out and see how many you can cross off the list. The wombats are extra nosy and love to come and say hello- or try to steal some snacks- so look out for them poking around!

The Australian wildflowers are also something to behold, particularly if you join us in the spring months when orchids are in full bloom. Additionally, the colours are breathtaking, and native shrubbery such as mangroves and other tropical rainforest fixtures breathe life into the rocky granite coast.