You`re going to need more than a day!


Wilsons Prom Holiday Park activities for the adventurous, the not so adventurous and the relaxers. Ask our friendly staff for some tips about where to go and what to do.


Wilsons Promontory

The Prom is the southernmost tip of mainland Australia. It boasts spectacular views of rainforest, beaches and coastlines. The ideal place to explore some of the best views Australia has to offer. Bushwalks ranging from 1 hour to over 3 days are located within the Prom and cater to all fitness and experience levels. Wilsons Prom Holiday park is just five minutes from the entrance and is the perfect place to set up camp and head down to the Prom for your days to explore the incredible gifts it has to offer.

Wilsons Prom Cruises looking at a Seal colony on Wilsons Promontory Victoria

Wilsons Promontory Cruises

Discover the beautiful granite coastline and unique wilderness of the Wilsons Promontory National Park on our 2½ hour Wilsons Promontory Cruise.

Wilsons Promontory Cruises is the latest addition to the award winning Pennicott Wilderness Journeys yellow boat ecotours.  Travel in world’s first, custom built amphibious boats, designed for cruising waters in comfort and safety.


Agnes Falls

Agnes Falls is the highest single span waterfall in Victoria. It is a beautiful 59 metre waterfall that cascades over a series of rocks. About 200m from the carpark there is a viewing area overlooking the falls and a nearby picnic area. The area is known for a variety of wildlife and is home to many native bird species.


Wilsons Prom Pizza

Located just down the road from the park, we highly recommend a night at the Wilsons Prom Pizza Restaurant.


Duck Point

The Yanakie/Duck Point loop is an approximately two kilometre circuit walk. It provides amazing views of Corner Inlet and Wilsons Promontory. The entrance to the walking track is right near the park close to the boat ramp at the end of Foley Road.


Shallow Inlet

A quiet, secluded beach, the perfect place for a wide range of water based activities such as fishing, boating and sailing. Make the most of the calm waters and enjoy a swim and play with family and friends!

Internal image of Gurneys Cidery in Foster

Gurneys Cidery

The Gurney family set to work, bringing their vision to life by planting thousands of heritage apple trees across the farm. They built their cider production shed and finally using a mix of locally sourced and recycled timber built their award winning Cellar Door.
We look forward to welcoming you to the family farm and sharing our passion for cider with you!
The Gurnett Family