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Wilsons Promontory National Park

Information and Photographs of Wilsons Promontory National Park in South Gippsland

The most popular tourist destination in Australia is undoubtedly Wilsons Promontory National Park, found on the South Eastern tip of Australia. The scenery ranges from lush river flats and fertile native grassland to rocky outcrops, mountains, fern gullies, rainforest and sandy beaches.

Activities At Wilsons Promontory National Park

Tours operate from the main Tidal River Camping grounds Visitors Center and carpark. With boat hire, canoe and kayaking tours, abseiling, bike riding, an abundance of well maintained and scenic bush walking tracks, swimming, surfing, kite surfing, body boarding, hiking facilities, a shuttle bus to take you to Mount Oberon, great fishing spots and so much more …

Magnificent Views

It would be impossible to describe in words the magnificent views from the many walking tracks that are carefully maintained by Parks Victoria. If you’ve never been to Wilsons Promontory, then maybe some of these photographs will give you an impression of its beauty.

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I apologize for the large size of this picture gallery, but it is needed in order to show case the diversity of landscape and seascapes that are found right throughout this National Park.

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2 Comments

  1. R . Johnstone R . Johnstone
    March 21, 2012    

    The old wooden bridge that crossed near the mouth of Tidal River was very frighting for a young lad like me

  2. R . Johnstone R . Johnstone
    March 21, 2012    

    Great slide show you really now your photography and how to package it to make feel very spiritual.

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