Can you sleep in your car Wilsons Prom?

Can you sleep in your car Wilsons Prom?

It is not illegal to pull over at a designated rest area to sleep to avoid driver fatigue on your drive to and from the Prom. The Rangers do patrol Wilsons Prom late night and early morning and will fine you if they find you sleeping in a car without a camping permit.

Can you do a day trip to Wilsons Prom?

Travelling to Wilsons Prom on public transport for a day trip would not be possible as there are no direct routes. But there are a few options for day tours from Melbourne if you would prefer not to drive yourself. Note: there is no petrol station on the Wilsons Prom peninsula.

How much does it cost to enter Wilsons Prom?

Wilsons Promontory National Park does not have an entrance fee, but Tidal River Campground does have site fees. The non-powered sites at Tidal River Campground are $62.30 per night during the peak season and $56.10 per night during the off-peak season. This fee is for up to eight people.

Where to go on Prom Walk in Wilsons?

Do a few easy Wilsons Prom walks that start near the Tidal River Campground and/or hang out at Squeaky Beach or Norman Beach. These are all quick to reach on foot. Embark on the 2-3 day overnight trek around the southern part of the park, which starts at the Mt. Oberon carpark.

Which is the best overnight hike in Wilsons Promontory?

The Southern Prom is one of the highlights of Wilsons Promontory National Park. Yet only a very small proportion of visitors to the park venture there. The way to get the most out of the Southern Prom is to tackle an overnight hike on the famous Southern Circuit.

Is the Wilsons Promontory National Park called the prom?

First off, let’s get the name straight: This fab place is officially called Wilsons Promontory National Park. Tourists like to call it Wilsons Prom, while locals almost exclusively refer to it as The Prom. (You know, kind of like how tourists say San Fran, while locals say SF?).

Where to go for a day walk in Wilsons?

Starting from the Telegraph Saddle car park, this iconic Prom walk follows the management vehicle track up Mount Oberon. Steps below the rocky summit lead to postcard perfect, panoramic views over Tidal River, the coast and offshore islands. Be prepared – even in summer months the summit can be windy, cool and clouded. Beware of unprotected cliffs.