Wilsons Promontory Refuge Cove Hike
This past year we were able to do the Wilsons Promontory Refuge Cove Hike. The Prom is by far one of the most beautiful places that I’ve ever been to. Residing on the southern most point of the mainland of Australia the landscape is rugged and thick with vegetation. And lets not forget to mention that water. The colour of the water is like nothing else I’ve ever seen. This past visit we had amazing weather the surf was great and we did some hiking. Before we made the trip to The Prom we all decided to do the overnight hike to Refuge Cove.
To start off the hike you can take the bus up to the carpark where it will drop you off at Telegraph Saddle.
Hiking through the forest was breathtaking. Surrounded by thick forests and green ferns. You finally reach a boardwalk once the hike levels off towards the valley which winds you threw the remaining foliage opening up to Sealers Cove.
We rested for a while in Sealers Cove for as long as we could. After leaving about 15 dead horse flies around each of us we eventually decide it was time to head on with the rest of the days hike.
We made it to Refuge Cove later in the day. We all were pretty tired.
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