Wilsons Promontory - Little Waterloo Bay Circuit (42.7km)

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Victoria

42.7km

2-3 days

Grade 3

Circuit

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Route and GPX file


Trail Features


Gear you might need


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About the region


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  • Over Easter we walked from Telegraph saddle to Little Waterloo bay on Friday, nice campsite: water, beach and friendly feral cat?! Saturday to Oberon bay. Very sandy campsite. No supplied water, but we filtered a bit. Sunday back to Tidal river.
    Beautiful scenery. Weather was great which meant nice to swim and was the muck off…

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