Foster and Wilsons Promontory national parks and parks

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    WILSONS PROMONTORY 'THE PROM' IS LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERNMOST TIP OF MAINLAND AUSTRALIA AND OFFERS SPECTACULAR SCENERY: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    WILSONS PROMONTORY IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR NATIONAL PARKS IN VICTORIA: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    WILSONS PROMONTORY HAS HUGE GRANITE MOUNTAINS, OPEN FOREST, RAINFOREST, SWEEPING BEACHES AND MUCH MORE: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    THE WATERS SURROUNDING THE PROM ARE PROTECTED AS A MARINE NATIONAL PARK AND ARE GREAT FOR WATER ACTIVITIES LIKE SEA KAYAKING AND DIVING: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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National parksFoster and Wilsons Promontory national parks and parks

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Wilsons Promontory "the Prom" is one of Victoria's most-loved places.

At the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, it offers spectacular scenery of huge granite mountains, open forest, rainforest, sweeping beaches and coastlines.

Great bushwalks extend from under an hour to over three days. Visitors can camp, caravan or stay in huts, cabins, wilderness retreats or lodges at Tidal River where there is a general store and take-away food shop.

Wilsons Promontory Light station is perched on a small peninsula jutting into the wild seas of Bass Strait.

The waters surrounding the Prom are protected as a marine national park and marine park and offer outstanding diving.

Activities

Bushwalking (hiking), swimming, surfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, viewing wildlife.

Camping

There is camping available in the park.

Location

Located approximately 46 kilometres south of Foster.

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Agnes Falls Scenic Reserve

Hidden within the rolling green hills of the Strzelecki Ranges, the meandering Agnes River cascades over rocks into a deep picturesque gorge.

At 59 metres, Agnes Falls are the highest single span falls in Victoria.

Take a short stroll through the Blue Gum Forest to a viewing area overlooking the falls or relax and enjoy a picnic under the shade of tall blue gums on the grassy banks of the Agnes River.

Activities

Walk to view waterfall.

Camping

There is no camping available in the park.

Location

Located approximately 23 kilometres east of Foster.


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Turtons Creek Reserve

A small waterfall set amongst a spectacular forest of giant eucalypts, wattles and ferns is the jewel in this reserve's crown. Turtons Creek Reserve is an ideal destination to enjoy a stroll or picnic or to simply sit quietly and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature

Activities

Walk to view waterfall, fishing, other walks.

Camping

There is camping available in the park.

Location

Located approximately 20 kilometres north of Foster.


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