Wilsons Promontory: 4 day walking tour - ParkTrek - AussieHikingTours.com


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Wilsons Promontory: 4 day walking tour – ParkTrek

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  • Discover the beauty of the Prom and explore its beautiful beaches and coves.
  • Stay at Tidal River, visit Sealers Cove, spot wombats, kangaroos and a myriad of birds.
  • Return each night to a comfortable bed.

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$1,450 per person (plus $300 single supplement)

Outstanding opportunity for walkers to explore this beautiful part of the Victorian coastline. Stay in Tidal River and discover the beauty of Sealers Cove, Little Oberon, and climb the summit of Mount Oberon. This much loved National Park offers pristine beaches, temperate rainforest, towering sand dunes and lookouts with spectacular panoramic views. Wilsons Promontory has it all.


  • Guided walks each day with experienced and friendly guides
  • Return group transfer departing and returning central Melbourne. All on-ground transport
  • Two course dinners, lunches, continental breakfasts, fresh fruit, trail mix, tea/coffee and other non-alcoholic beverages
  • 3 dinners, 3 lunches and 3 breakfasts (one lunch at own expense)
  • Three nights’ accommodation at Tidal River (twin share or single supplement)
  • Small group of 10 guests or less


  • A full and comprehensive gear list will be provided when you make your booking.


  • Walking time: 1 – 6 hours per day
  • Walking distance: 3.5 – 19 kilometres per day
  • Difficulty: This trip requires a moderate level of fitness.
  • Child friendly: No.


Wilsons Prom & Walhalla – Auswalk ($2,595)
  • 7 days instead of 4
  • Visit Walhalla as well as Wilsons Promontory
  • 2 nights spent at Walhalla (and 4 at Wilsons Promontory)
Flinders by Foot 5 Day Guided Walk – Rawnsley Park Station ($2,450)
  • 5 days instead of 7
  • See a different section of the Flinders Ranges
  • Doesn’t include transfers (starts at Rawnsley Park Station)
  • All nights at Rawnsley Park (no night at Fuller Views)
  • Watch the sunrise from Rawnsley Bluff
Flinders Ranges Walk – Auswalk ($2,795)
  • 8 days instead of 7
  • See different sections of the Flinders Ranges
  • Includes two nights at the historic Star Hotel in Melrose and five nights at Rawnsley Park Station (no stay at Fuller Views)
The Arkaba Walk – Wild Bush Luxury ($2,150)
  • 4 days instead of 7
  • See a different section of the Flinders Ranges
  • Doesn’t include transfers (starts at Arkaba Homestead)
  • Only one night is accommodated at Arkaba Homestead (the rest are at luxury permanent camps)


Day One Depart central Melbourne pick up location at 8.30am (approx. 3 hours travel time to Wilsons Prom). Morning tea stop in the idyllic country village of Fish Creek. Lunchtime arrival into the northern beaches of The Prom. Lunch on the beach watching the oyster catchers and pacific gulls or perhaps a seal surfing the break! Afternoon walk hopping from one delightful cove to the next including Norman Beach, Tidal Overlook, Squeaky Beach, Picnic Bay and Whisky Bay. This spectacular four beach walk allows guests to fully experience the beauty of both land and sea at The Prom. The trail alternates between track and beach walking.

Delicious two-course dinner and accommodation in Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory.

Day Two Walk to magnificent Sealers Cove circuit. The walk passes through pristine strands of rainforest and over creeks that turn a rich “cola” colour from all of the nutrients. Sealers Cove is nestled on the eastern side of the Prom and is one of the lesser-known locations, due to the lack of car access. This has limited visitor numbers so that it is one of the least crowded locations on the Prom. It is often nominated as one of the best walks in the state, as it rewards visitors with a natural beauty that includes a spectacular golden beach sheltered from prevailing winds; crystal clear turquoise waters; and an abundance of wildlife.

Tasty two-course dinner and accommodation in Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory.

Day Three After breakfast and lunch making we head off for Little Oberon Bay. The trail climbs over Tea Tree shrouded sand dunes to the southern end of Norman Beach and then winds across Norman Point to Little Oberon Bay. The walk provides fantastic views across Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park to the Anser and Glennie Island groups.

Delicious two-course dinner and accommodation in Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory.

Day Four After breakfast we hike up the summit of mount Oberon. Starting from the Telegraph Saddle car park, this iconic Prom walk follows the track up Mount Oberon. Steps below the rocky summit lead to postcard perfect, panoramic views over Tidal River, the coast and offshore islands. Depart Tidal River and stop in the town of Meeniyan for lunch (at own expense).

Return to Melbourne (approx. 4.00pm).


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