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Accommodation options for your holiday in Wilsons Prom
12 of the 39 listed rentals in Wilsons Promontory are house rentals. They account for nearly a quarter of the property types there (24.49%). In addition, the median size of house rentals in Wilsons Promontory is 33 m², with a median price of $303 per night. Furthermore, if you're going in a group of 4, house rentals are the perfect property type in Wilsons Promontory, as they can usually welcome 4 guests. Bed & Breakfast rentals are the other most typical type of accommodation in Wilsons Promontory. The average size of bed & breakfast rentals in Wilsons Promontory is 56 m² , and the average price is $303 per night.
Enjoy a fun outdoor holiday with Wilsons Prom holiday accommodation
Wilsons Promontory, also known as Wilsons Prom - or Wamoon or Yiruk, to the area's Aboriginal groups - is a gorgeous national park with a rich native wildlife, serene wilderness and breathtaking coastal scenery. All this makes it an ideal place to spend a short vacation.
Wilsons Prom, is actually a peninsula that constitutes the Australian mainland’s southernmost part. Staying in a cosy holiday cabin, surrounded by a picturesque landscape comprising of forested valleys and tranquil rivers, offers visitors an authentic outdoor experience in a unique holiday setting.
How to get to Wilsons Promontory?
Getting to Your Wilsons Promontory Accommodation
Despite its remote feel and unspoilt wilderness, the Wilsons Promontory area is easily accessible from Melbourne, making it ideal for a weekend getaway. One option is to take a V/Line bus service from Southern Cross Station as far as Fish Creek, about 20km from the entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park. Alternatively, having your own car not only makes it easier to get to the area, it gives you greater freedom to explore after you arrive at your accommodation in Wilsons Promontory.
It's about a 200km drive from Melbourne to Wilsons Promontory on major highway routes. To get there, simply follow the Monash Freeway (M1) out of the city onto the South Gippsland Highway (A440). Follow this past Lang Lang until the turnoff to Korumburra, then turn right after Meeniyan onto Meeniyan-Promontory Road (C444) through Fish Creek to Yanakie. Yanakie is just a few kilometres from the entrance of the national park, with many holiday rentals located nearby.
Where to find the best food in Wilsons Prom?
What to eat on your Wilsons Prom holiday
The Rhythm Cafe & Restaurant is just the place to dig into duck spring rolls and plates of delicious Indian dishes like chicken biriyani and samosas. The garlic and herb bread is also a favourite here.
The Cafe Kranen O'Neill Bar & Grill serves a really tasty pizza selection for vegetarians, especially the pumpkin flavoured slices. The eatery also rustles up delicious carbonara pasta and calamari.
What are the best activities for families in Wilsons Prom?
Family holidays in Wilsons Prom
The shallow Tidal River is nature’s own playground for children. The flat sandy beach and boulder edging that surround the river make the whole place a superb place for children to play. Families also have a lovely time exploring the caves that line the river.
Spotting wombats with the kids in tow is another fun experience! All you have to do is wait for it to get dark, and with luck you'll spot one or two right outside your holiday accommodation.
Where are the unique attractions in Wilsons Prom?
Camping and Outdoor Holidays in Wilsons Promontory
Wilsons Promontory has a wide range of accommodation options in and around the national park, including remote cabins where your main company is the local wildlife. There's a camping ground located within the national park at Tidal River. You can also find entire modern multi-room holiday homes in the area. Some of these have on-site camping facilities, and plenty of space to pitch a tent if some of your party want to sleep outdoors.
The wide range of outdoor activities on offer at Wilsons Promontory include snorkelling, diving, swimming, and wildlife watching. Emus, echidnas, wombats, and kangaroos are all resident here. Plus, there's dozens of fabulous trails crisscrossing the granite mountains, lush rainforests, and pristine beaches of Wilsons Promontory. The most popular include the Mt Oberon Summit Walk, Tongue Point, and the all-accessible Lilly Pilly Gully Circuit Track.
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