Photos And Information About Millers Landing Nature Walk – Wilsons Promontory
Wilsons Promontory National Park is a diverse wilderness area at the south-eastern tip of Australia, with fantastic walking tracks, magnificent views, unusual features and beautiful scenery. It’s also a wonderful place to go for bush walks and take photographs – at any time of year.
How To Get To Millers Landing – The turnoff to Millers Landing at Wilsons Promontory, is a few kilometers from the Park Entrance gateway. Turn left on Five Mile Road and use the car park at the end of the track. Watch for wildlife feeding in the road side clearings and for opportunities to get a more intimate view of wallabies, kangaroos and emus as they wander freely in this natural bushland environment.
The photograph on the top of the page is the view to Corner Inlet across the sand bar from Millers Landing. You also have the option of seeing Vereker Outlook (a moderate walk of three kilometres each way) while you are at the Five Mile Road Car Parking Area. Other walks include the easy one kilometre Link Track or the two kilometre Millers Landing Nature Walk.
Millers Landing Nature Walk And Link Track – Millers Landing itself is a sheltered beach on the southern side of Corner Inlet. The mangroves and sand bars here provide a haven for migrating birds, unique aquatic plants and other wildlife. Even humans could find food here, with stinging nettle (which makes a tasty soup or cup of tea) and New Zealand Spinach (also called Warrigal Greens) growing in abundance on the edges of the sand. To find out more, read the Discovering The Prom Guidebook. The coastal banksia and stringybark woodlands found here are also home to many animals. We were surprised by a pair of emus walking on the track in front of us and the occasional kangaroo was heard hopping off into the distance.
Pictures of Millers Landing at Wilsons Prom National Park – Included on this page are photographs of native Australian plants, animals, rock formations, water birds, mangroves, native shrubs and other flora. All photographs were taken in the unique, unspoilt, natural coastal environment at Wilsons Promontory National Park in South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.
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More Information – If you would like to find out more about Wilsons Promontory National Park and see a listing of other walking tracks, go to the Wilsons Promontory Walking Tracks page. Every one of these tracks are well-signed and very well maintained by Parks Victoria. Use our convenient Search Page to find out even more.