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Park
“Lots of different walks for different abilities, beaches and wildlife, Huge granite boulders and silicon white sand. very photo graphical.”
  • Door 79 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Great pizza and other food, licensed restaurant 3 minutes walk from Yanakie Meadow Views.”
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National Park
“Wilson's Prom is the southernmost tip of mainland Australia. Walk remote coastal bushland trails and swim at pristine beaches dominated by granite boulders. Camp in comfort at family-friendly Tidal River or hike to a more secluded campsite.”
  • Door 33 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
“Amazing National Park about 55 minute drive, amazing walks, Bird Life is fantastic ”
  • Door 4 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
“Yes, the sand really does squeak!! A beautiful beach located in Wilsons Prom. easy walking distance from the car park. A must stop and look :-) ”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
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Park
“A must, stop and have a look on your way to Tidal River. The sand really squeaks!”
  • Door 2 locals aangeraden
Beach
“Access to fishing, kayaking, wind-surfing and kite-surfing on Shallow Inlet itself.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Route
“From the Telegraph Saddle carpark there's a 3.4 km ascent, but don't stress, the majority of the route is a sealed access road. The walk will take approximately 45 mins, and while it gets the legs burning, the pace is fairly easy to maintain. Magnificent views”
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Premise
“The walk to the lighthouse is 19.1km and takes approximately 6 hours (each-way) to complete. This is only for the experienced and dedicated hikers with adequate preparation, fitness and supplies. This is a 38Km round trip.”
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Park
“A interesting sand dune formation just down the road. Turn right when you get to the entrance to Wilson Prom entrance gates. It's about a 2 km walk to these impressive sand dunes. ”
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Rv Park
“Duck Point - is the sign on Foley Road - ... great panoramic views as you drive down to the Point .... good information on the migration of the birds to Europe in the Autumn ... ”
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Park
“This is a relaxing walk with plenty of birds around. The walk starts at the parking lot next to the Yanakie caravan park. If you start with the beach part first, make sure to keep an eye out for the little track that leads you trough the shrubs back to the parking lot. We came across a few other "tourists" who were looking for the track back and we all had passed it without noticing it as there are no signs. I would recommend to go trough the shrubs first, looks like a tunnel at the entrance of the car park and when reaching the beach turn right and you can't go wrong. There were quite a few flies around, so apply some aeroguard or bushmans. But nice and easy going walk with great views. Best at low tide.”
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Natural Feature
Tourist Attraction
“A 6Km round trip that takes about 2 Hours. Set off from the Darby River car park. Take a snack and drink. Fantastic views.”
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