​Mornington Peninsula and Wilson’s Prom

​​6 Days

​​​​​Combine Aussie living in the breezy seaside villages and on the sandy beaches of the Mornington Peninsula with the coastal wilderness of the Wilson’s Promontory National Park.

Combine Aussie living in the breezy seaside villages and on the sandy beaches of the Mornington Peninsula with the coastal wilderness of the Wilson’s Promontory National Park.

Day 1 Melbourne

After your flight to Melbourne you’ll be met and transferred to your hotel. Explore Melbourne on foot or jump on one of the trams that encircle the city or head out to the beach suburb of St Kilda.

              

Days 2-3 Mornington Peninsula

(100 kms)

It’s only an hour’s drive to the Mornington Peninsula but a whole other world. Explore the countless sandy coves and wild surf beaches, visit galleries in laid-back seaside villages and taste your way around the numerous boutique wineries.

              

Days 4-5 Wilsons Promontory

(201 kms)

From the Mornington Peninsula head for Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area; Wilsons Promontory National Park.  This 50,000-hectare reserve is laced with a labyrinth of walking trails, abundant wildlife and remote, deserted beaches. One of the Prom’s newest attractions is a 2 ½ hour wilderness cruise that takes in the rugged granite coastline and raw wilderness including Skull Rock and the prehistoric boulders of Mount Oberon.

              

Day 6 Melbourne

(213 kms)

Return to Melbourne or head out along the Great Southern Touring Route towards Sydney.

  • What's Included?

    Accommodation as detailed or similar on a room only basis unless otherwise shown

    Private arrival transfers in Melbourne

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    Car rental

    Pennicott Cruises Wilderness Cruise on Wilson Promontory