Photographs And Information about Cotters Lake & Beach – Wilsons Promontory
Wilsons Promontory National Park is an environmentally diverse wilderness area with a variety of interesting beaches, excellent facilities, well-signed walking tracks, fascinating sights and beautiful scenery. It’s also a magnificent place to go for bush walks and take photographs – at any time of year.
Cotters Lake And Beach – A walk to Cotters Beach from the car park is an easy 1.2 kilometers along the management vehicle access track. Cotters Lake which is on either side of the track is often dry and shelters an amazing array of wildlife such as wallabies, kangaroos, wombats and emus.
The array of driftwood and other material washed up on Cotters Beach is quite fascinating. The area also contains important aboriginal archaeological and cultural items. Of course, everything you find needs to stay where it is and the entire National Park is protected by law.
Just like most of the beaches at ‘The Prom’, the sunsets here are quite spectacular, as seen in the photos below. Make sure to take your camera when you visit too.
Pictures – Included on this page are photographs of native Australian plants, coastal flora, shrubs and native Australian wildlife. All images have been shot in a unique, unspoilt coastal environment, which also shows evidence of human intervention.
Downloading Photographs – The images on these pages are available for use under a special license. To find out how easy it is to download and use them legally, just go to the contact page.
More Information – You are welcome to find out more about Wilsons Promontory National Park, and to see a listing of other walking tracks, go to the Wilsons Promontory Walking Tracks page. Each of the walking tracks are well-signed and incredibly well maintained by Parks Victoria.