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Iwas only there for 2 nights but enjoyed walking along the beach and on some of the shorter tracks. The camping area is amazing and we saw lots of wildlife including heap of wombats and some wallabies and many birds.
We departed Oberon carpark after checking in our vehicles in at Tidal River around 11:30am.
Took the Telegraph Track slightly longer, road was becoming monotonous.
We are a fit group, marathon & trail runners, skiers & hikers. It wasn’t too hard going. Beware! The concrete...More
So, after a 20 year hiatus, I decided it was time to take myself out on a little overnight hike. I’m slow and so I prefer to walk solo so I chose the overnight walk to Sealers Cove for my triumphant return to hiking.
I was initially not keen on Wilsons Prom when my friend recommended it to me as I was travelling with my parents who have knee issues and arthritis. Am so glad that my friend insisted we still go to Wilsons Prom for one of their...More
What you can do here? Adventure only.
What you can find here? Wonderful beaches, lovely animals, settle a tent here, when getting dark you'll find little wombat biting grass roots just couple meters away, your car maybe hit at night by a naughty wallaby, when...More
This iconic national park is a must see destination. But there is so much to see that you will need several days to enjoy it properly. And don't be put off by the weather; this place is enjoyable in all seasons, although it can be...More
A beautiful place to visit, great beaches, bushland walks, views and wildlife. Plenty of places to park and a couple of camp grounds. Visitor information centre and helpful parks and wildlife officers.
Stayed in a two bedroom cabin over the Queens birthday long weekend. There are one bedroom cabins and both powered and unpowered camping spots.
The cabin is great but take your own pots and pans. Plates and cutlery are OK.
There is a store there...More