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Wilsons Promontory

As the southernmost point of the Australian mainland, the Wilsons Promontory National Park has astonishingly beautiful beaches, coastal views and is a hiker’s dream.

Apart from bush camping throughout the park, accommodation is available at Tidal River, however, there are many B&Bs and holiday homes just outside and close to the park.

Squeaky Beach

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Musical sands from ancient dunes. Just a few minutes north west of Tidal River and accessible by road, is the beautiful Squeaky… Read More »Squeaky Beach

Sandy Point

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A choice of beautiful surf beaches and a water sports haven. On the western side of the Yanakie Isthmus to Wilsons Promontory,… Read More »Sandy Point

Sealers Cove

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Returned To Its Pristine Beauty and Isolation. Located on the eastern coast of Wilsons Promontory, directly north of Refuge Cove, Sealers… Read More »Sealers Cove


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The Yanakie Isthmus Yanakie is a small coastal township and region, the last before entering the Wilsons Promontory National Park.… Read More »Yanakie

Whisky Bay

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A beautiful beach with coastal views of Norman Island To the north of Tidal River, Whisky Bay is another spectacular beach… Read More »Whisky Bay