The best camping sites in the State of Victoria: Cape Wilson and Great Ocean Road, ч4

31 Январь, 2017

  

Refuge Cove at Cape Wilson offers white sand and clear water

5. Cape Wilson

Wilson's promontory is the ideal base for a prom and is an ideal place to spend a long weekend in the summer. Unspoiled beaches await you, tropical forests and Wild Animals. The national park is located in Gippsland, It's about 157 km from Melbourne. Thanks to a series of secluded beaches, which can only be accessed on foot or by boat, Tourists can explore paradise, called Wilsons Prom – Place, Where the mountain meets the sea.

It will take you three days and two nights to travel. And just a maximum of two nights in a row are offered by all campsites, located within the National Park.

Start from Telegraph Saddle, then follow the path to Seilers Cove, bay with the clearest turquoise water to the tent camp. Don't forget to check the high tide time, as you will need to cross Seilers Creek to get to the campsite, which reaches up to 1,5 m deep at high tide.

The campsite provides only basic amenities such as raw water and composting toilets.

After spending the first night there, continue to Little Waterloo Bay, where you can also camp for the night.

On the third day, you can take a short off-road route back to Telegraf Saddle, but if you have enough time, it is better to take a more scenic route to the Tidal River.

  

  

In the months more visited by tourists, a comfortable little bus transports tourists back and forth between the Tidal River and the Telegraph Suddle car park.

6. Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is a must-drive for every Australian.

Not a single tourist brochure, concerning Melbourne is not complete without mentioning the most iconic trip in the state of Victoria – The Great Ocean Road. We've all heard of the route along the coast to the Twelve Apostles, But not everyone knows, that there are hiking trails in this region too!

Short overnight hikes start at four in the afternoon and three in the morning from Shelly Beach to Joanna Beach, and the culmination of the alternative routes is an eight-day, seven-night hike from Apollo Bay to the Twelve Apostles.

All itineraries pass through the lush forest of Cape Autwai and include the heaths, Deserted beaches and coastal walks, with breathtaking scenery, that are constantly changing throughout the day, stopovers in sleepy coastal towns and the almost unpredictable Melbourne weather. In any case, you will remember this trip for a long time, and tell your descendants about it!

The Great Ocean Road Requires A Bit Of Planning, Therefore, visit their website for more information on the different routes, campsites and tide times.

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