Wilsons Promontory – Southern Circuit

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We are passionate about taking you off the beaten track, creating positive experiences and memories that will last a lifetime. We are committed to ensuring that our day trips, weekends or tours are unique, attainable, well researched, affordable and tailored for the enjoyment of small groups. Our adventures cater for people from many walks of life, age groups and motivations. We aim to give you the very best of what nature and the outdoors has to offer, leaving you with a smile from ear to ear and a sense of accomplishment.

If you have ever seen pictures of the pristine waters of Wilsons Prom, you know this stunning slice of Victoria is on your ultimate bucket list! The Prom has a true sense of serenity, which dates back to the time it was first settled in the 1800’s. Supplies were brought in every six months, with no communication available to the outside world outside this time.

The Southern Prom walk is one of the most well known 3 day walks in Australia! So therefore it’s a must do bucket list. This walk is three wonderful days of walking, including visiting the southernmost lighthouse on the Australian mainland, and if manageable visiting the most southerly point in australia (not including tassie of course). The effort you put in gives tremendous rewards with stunning beaches and a true wilderness experience. From the scenery, fresh sea air and sense of achievement, you won’t regret taking on this challenge!


Day one:

An 17km walk with a long descent to Sealers Cove and then along the coast to stay at the famous Refuge Cove.

Day two:

Up early today for a long 25km+ walk with some beach, two good climbs and a steep lighthouse visit. If time permits, we will make the trip to the southerly point without rucksacks and then spend the night at Roaring Meg campsite.

Day three:

Back up through the centre of the park including along descent of Martins Hill, before the left turn and the flat but often sandy track out to Oberon Bay and back along the coast into Tidal River to finish the last day.

You will need to carry some of the food yourself, and although it can be a challenging walk at times the landscape will distract you, as will our guides as they coach you through mindfulness techniques for focusing on mind over matter.

If you have done some overnight hikes before, and confident with your fitness this is your next challenge.

**There are very limited spots available so book in quick!**

Grade 5
DISTANCE 16kms / 26kms / 19kms


  • Guided Walk of the nortern prom
  • Approx 20/25/20k each day
  • The best beaches and coastal walking
  • Help with hiring/loaning of camping gear
  • All fees and permits
  • Experiences and qualified guides

Does not include:

  • Water & beverages
  • Transport to and from start location (Car pooling available)
  • Any private expenses

What to bring:

  • A comprehensive gear list is provided to participants prior to the trip.
  • We can assist with gear if required
  • Medication, camera, etc...
  • Hat or beanie depending on weather
  • Sturdy walking boots, trail shoes or runners
  • Walking clothes, we generally recommend shorts or light pants with layers for your upper body

If you have any further questions, please first visit our Frequently Asked Questions page and if you still can't find your answer, contact us via our Live Chat or send us an email.

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Wilsons Prom South Circuit, Yanakie Hall & Rec, Yanakie, Yanakie 3960 Australia

November 15 @ 9:00 am - November 17 @ 5:00 pm AEDT



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