Departs: Wednesday, Friday & Sunday @ 7.15am from 570 Flinders Street
Departs 570 Flinders Street
Courtesy Transfer Service
We offer our customers a courtesy transfer service from selected inner city hotels/accommodations to the departure point (570 Flinders Street) – This service must be pre-booked at least 48 hours prior to departure. Please confirm your allocated hotel / hostel pick up time when making your booking.
- All park entrance fees
- Friendly & informative tour guide
This spectacular geological site was formed by a huge granite extending across what is now Bass Strait to north east Tasmania. It’s been eroded over the millennia, creating fantastic landforms including mountain peaks, steep cliffs, enormous boulders, rocky outcrops and sweeping bays.
Affectionately known as “The Prom”, it was declared a National Park in 1898. It was occupied by Aboriginal people at least 6500 years ago, but these links may to go back to ancient Ice Ages when it was a land bridge to Tasmania.
Right at the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, The Prom is a pristine environment of more than 50,000 hectares that’s criss-crossed with walking tracks ranging from picturesque beach strolls to peaceful bush walks and challenging hike up mountain peaks.
The Prom’s forests and sprawling bushlands are home to many native creatures, including kangaroos, koalas, wombats and emus. Walk quietly, and you may be rewarded by seeing these animals in their natural environment.
Wilsons Prom and its islands have been declared an Important Bird Area by Birdlife International, and are home to many bird species including thousands of migratory shearwaters, cormorants, plovers, brilliantly coloured cockatoos, honeyeaters, firetails and the flame robin (summer only). Birdsong is often a beautiful accompaniment to your bushwalks.
FREE BUNYIP LANGUAGE APP : BUNYIP language APP which is easily downloadable via the APP store for i-Phone and Android search “BUNYIP TOURS” in the APP store. This is available in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish and is available on our Great Ocean Road, Philip Island, Mornington Peninsula, Wilson’s Promontory, Sovereign Hill, Puffing Billy & Healesville Sanctuary tours. The commentary highlights the major sightseeing destinations visited whilst the tour is conducted in English, we recommend to download the APP prior to your tour departure.