Wilson's Promontory offers some of the most diverse and rugged coastline in Australia. Enjoy an adrenalin-filled thrill ride and see some of the best coastal views in Australia. With the chance to see dolphins and seals the photo-opportunities are endless!
Wilsons Promontory is a peninsula that forms the southernmost part of the Australian mainland. Also known locally as "the Prom" it contains the largest coastal wilderness area in Victoria. The best way to see this incredible stretch of coastline is by RIB (Ridge-Hulled Inflatable Boat). Enjoy an exhilarating ride across the waters of Corner Inlet out into Bass Strait and see the spectacular Prom Coast from the sea. Marvel at the rugged outline of the Wilson's Prom hills heading down to beaches rarely walked by any other than local wildlife. Look out for dolphins and seals and see the caves of Rabbit Island. Cruise past 5 Mile Beach, Sealer's Cove and into Refuge Cove, the Prom’s best kept secret. Disembark at Refuge Cove and spend time exploring this truly Australian wilderness. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the sands of the cove. (Lunch not included)