Wilsons Promontory, Victoria

Setting up for the first challenge we arrived in pretty frosty conditions at Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory. With over 450 camping spots we weren’t sure what to expect but as soon as dusk arrives wombats appear from everywhere, and seemingly oblivious to the campers. They walked straight through a game of football the kids were having – needless to say play halted to watch the spectacle. Rosellas abound and there are hundreds of cuttlefish all washed up on all the beaches. We had to go to Squeaky Beach and yes it does! Big bold boulders abound everywhere you look, even at the peak of Mt Oberon that overlooks the campground

We also took the opportunity to try out the trailer awning – it’s huge!

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Categories: Australian Outback, Camper Trailer, Journey Narrative, National Park, Photography, Travel, Travel Adventure, VIC | Tags: , , , , , | 1 Comment

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  1. Toby bennett

    Hi Xavier wow you sure did a lot of walking. The pictures where pretty cool and funny. This is probably the best post yet! 3L miss you and were looking forward to your next post!!

                   From Toby


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