I love to travel alone in Australia. While long driving distances are a downside for solo travellers, there are hips of short road trips that you can easily do while choosing the best places to travel Australia. On one of my last solo travel adventures in Australia I discovered Wilson Promontory and Phillip Island.
On this post I am taking you on a Wilson Promontory Photos Tour of the most southerly point of Australia's mainland.
Come with me on a Wilson Promontory Photos Tour
Walking along Squeaky Beach in Tidal River. This is a beautiful walk that takes you through the thick vegetation of Tidal River National Park to the highest point were you can enjoy a 360° panoramic view of the ocean and inland. It's a great spot for taking photos. From there walk down to Squeaky Beach, a pristine beach filled with boulders and a long stretch of white sandy beach.
Sunset over Corner Inlet Marine National Park
Sunsets and Sunrises were special moments for taking more photos of Wilson Promontory. I was greeted by this sunset from my my beautiful Airbnb Stay.
Walking Trails and Wildlife Photos
There are over 20 different walks you can do in Tidal River National Park. Form short to several days tracks. I did 3 walks on one days. Although I could not start this walk, due to weather conditions, I was rewarded with this beautiful rainbow across the sky and green lush backdrop, the best scenery ever for photos.
Birdlife is everywhere around you in Wilson Promontory
If you love birds, then you will love Wilson Promontory. You will spot many different types of birds. And beware at the visitor centre these lovely and cheeky rainbow lorikeets will try to make friends with you and …steal your food of course! 🙂
Have you been to Wilson Promontory ? What did you like most there ? Where did you go and what walks did you do in Tidal River ? You can add your tip by leaving your comment here below!
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