Wilson's Promontory National Park Travel Blog› entry 1 of 3 › view all entries
July 5th, 2008 – by: skippyed
The park's other main attraction is its popular overnight hikes which takes you to some of the most spectacular parts of the park. Overnight hikes can be completed in 3 to 4 days depending on the route and designated camp sites are set up specifically for hikers. Day hikes are equally as popular from Tidal River up to Mount Oberon, the highest point in the park and Sealer's Cove the first leg of the classic 3 day circuit.
Beaches range from golden sands of Tidal River and Oberon Bay to the white quartz sands of Squeaky Beach and Little Waterloo Bay.
We have now done this hike twice and plan to do it again in November this year with friends.
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