Can I stay in Wilsons Prom?
Tidal River is the main visitor hub for Wilsons Promontory National Park. There are many accommodation options within Tidal River, from award-winning Wilderness Retreats for a quiet getaway for one or two, to Group Lodges that can accommodate up to 30. And of course, the campground is a family favourite.
Can you swim in Wilsons Prom?
Make the most of warmer temperatures with a swim at one of Wilsons Proms pristine beaches. Don’t battle the crowds, walk Wilsons Prom in the crisp mornings of autumn and increase your chances of encountering our iconic wildlife.
How much does it cost to stay at Wilsons Prom?
How much is a hotel room in Wilsons Promontory National Park? Hotels in Wilsons Promontory National Park start at AU$182 per night. Prices and availability subject to change.
Where can you swim at Wilsons Prom?
Tidal River empties into Bass Straight at Norman Bay, the river offers safe swimming holes in tea coloured water. Norman bay has great waves for surfing at its southern end and smaller waves for the kids to play in at the northern end which is nearest to the camp ground.
Can you ride bikes at Wilsons Prom?
Bicycle – Bring your own or bike hire can be arranged. Food – Recommendations for meals will be given and please note the van has a fridge on board for groups to utilise. Day 1 – 72km from Leongatha to Port Welshpool. Day 2 – Wilson’s Promontory Cruise or Wilson’s Promontory National Park sightseeing tour.
Can you take dogs to Wilsons Prom?
Wilson’s Promontory is a National Park and is home to many native Australian plants and animals. Please take care of the park to ensure it remains a pristine slice of wilderness for future generations. Dogs are not permitted in Wilson’s Prom.
Can you swim at Wilson beach?
At the bottom of Victoria Avenue in Remuera, Auckland, is Wilson’s Beach, named after Joseph Liston Wilson who helped to found the New Zealand Herald. This small beach was re-sanded in 2014 and is now a pleasant spot to picnic, swim or kayak.
Can you boat in Wilsons Prom?
When you’re there Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park can be accessed from land or via boat. The nearest launching points to the park are at Tidal River for limited beach launching, or for larger vessels, from Port Welshpool.
Can you launch a boat at Tidal River?
Access the marine national park by land or boat. The nearest launching points are Tidal River (key and deposit required), Sandy Point or, for larger vessels, Port Welshpool.