Wilsons Promontory - Sealers Cove (19.3km)

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Victoria

19.3km

1-2 days

Grade 3

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0 Reviews on “Wilsons Promontory - Sealers Cove (19.3km)”

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  • TrailHikingAust (@TrailHikingAust)

    Such an amazing walk in one of the best coastal regions in VIC. Great for an overnight hike with the kids

  • Really good walk, we have done it in less than 3h

  • Looks beautiful. Can we light a fire in winter??

  • Have walked this track on a number of occasions – once in summer when the bus from Tidal River was running up to the Telegraph Saddle car park and numerous times in winter. Much prefer walking this track in the winter months when there are less people around as it can get busy in the warmer months.

    Last walked the track in 2015 in what started out as persistent showers and ended up as constant heavy rain. Fortunately the prevailing weather comes from the south east and much of the track was sheltered from the blustery conditions.

    A great setting for an excellent not day walk.

  • Trail Hiking Australia

    We love this hike. Such a beautiful and secluded destination.

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