Phillip Island - Wilsons Promontory Touring Route Twitter Facebook

Immerse yourself in the spectacular views and landscapes of Bass Coast and Gippsland on your journey from Phillip Island to Wilsons Promontory.

Location: Phillip Island to Wilsons Promontory

Description: The route from Phillip Island to Wilsons Promontory offers you a chance to stop and check out many of the unique and beautiful towns of the Bass Coast and surrounds. 

Kilcunda - visit the Bass Coast Rail Trail and the famous Trestle Bridge overlooking Kilcunda beach.

Wonthaggi - visit the State Coal Mine: explore the underground or above ground to discover the natural beauty and history of Wonthaggi.

Cape Paterson - explore the man made rock pool and natural rock platforms.

Bunurong Coastal Drive - from Cape Paterson head to Inverloch via the coastal drive and stop off and explore the many secluded beaches, caves, rock platforms or simply admire the stunning views.

Inverloch - visit the Bunurong Environment Centre and Shell Museum or have lunch on the beach.

Wilsons Prom - is the southernmost tip of mainland Australia offering magnificent beaches, coastlines, mountains and scenery.  Explore the Parks Victoria website for all the details about Wilsons Prom - accommodation and camping, activities and attractions.

For more details on any of tour towns or attractions please visit our Experiences page.


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