Wilsons Prom Tracks
Photos And Useful Information About The Walking Tracks At Wilsons Promontory
Wilsons Promontory could possibly be one of the most eco-friendly, botanically diverse and interesting places to visit anywhere in the world. With it’s extraordinary coastal views, well-maintained walking tracks, unique flora, unusual rock features and native wildlife in abundance, it’s also an exciting place to go for bush walks and take photographs – at any time of year.
About The Walking Tracks – Parks Victoria have done a great job to create and maintain a huge variety of well signed walking tracks, fire-breaks, bridges, steps, retaining walls and drainage channels, as well as providing excellent camping areas, hiking check points, the general store and cafe, brochures and information plaques right throughout the park.
The tracks range from easy, short distances along boardwalks that have been specially constructed, so that anyone with low mobility can also enjoy the beautiful surroundings, to day long treks to Wilsons Prom Lighthouse or steep climbs to the tops of the various mountain peaks.
It will take quite a while to gather photographs and descriptions of every walking track in the Wilsons Promontory National Park, never-the-less we will keep adding them regularly as the information is compiled and updated.
- Cotters Lake And Beach – an easy 1.2 kilometers.
- Darby Beach – an easy 1.1 kilometers along a sandy track.
- Darby River – a central place to park and choose from numerous walks.
- Drift Track – an easy to moderate 3 kilometers each way.
- Lilly Pilly Gully Nature Walk – an easy 2.6 kilometers one way
- Millers Landing Nature Walk – choice of an easy one or two km walk.
- Norman Point – an easy to moderate 3 km walk from the visitors centre.
- Tidal Overlook– a moderate 40 minute walk to the top or 1.5 hour circuit.
- Tidal River Board Walks – a variety of easy short or long tracks.
- Vereker Outlook – a picturesque and moderate 3 kilometers.
Pictures – Included on all these pages listed above, are photographs of native Australian plants, flowers, trees and shrubs, native Australian wildlife, birds and animals. All images have been shot in a unique environmental wilderness which also shows evidence of how the environment adapts to human occupation.
Downloading Photographs – The images on any of these pages have been made available under a special license. To find out how easy it is to download and use them legally, just go to the contact page. To view the complete listing of pages, see our sitemap. And to find an even larger store of local photographs, see the Walking Tracks At Wilsons Prom Photo Gallery