How does one put the beauty of Wilson’s Prom into words? It’s a mosaic of magical landscapes, hidden coves, strange rock formations, blazing sunsets, sweeping plains, lush forests, and rugged coastlines.
And its brimming with wildlife. Emus, seals, wombats, echidnas, rosellas and kangaroos are the happy inhabitants of Wilsons Prom.
The drive from the entrance to Tidal River campground and Visitor Centre is scenic with car parks, beaches and bushland easily reached in the camper.
But the best way to enjoy the spectacular scenery is to walk amidst it. Wilson’s Prom has over 80 km of walking trails ranging from a short stroll to three day hikes.
Wilson’s prom is also known for its wineries and food producers. If you’d like to treat your taste buds, follow the food and wine trail on the Food Map.
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