Mount Bishop

Explore

Mount Bishop

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Mt Bishop offers unrivalled panoramic views of the west coast of Wilsons Promontory and its offshore islands. Trek through temperate rainforest and towering stringybark forest as you hike to the rocky summit. Scale the granite peaks and enjoy spectacular views from the lookout.
Weave among a variety of forest types as you hike up the slopes of Mt Bishop on this rewarding walk at Wilsons Prom. The track is easy-going in its early sections, but becomes more narrow and steep as you climb. Sturdy footwear is a must.

The challenging hike leads to the summit of Mt Bishop, where impressive granite boulders surround the peak. Take a break at the scenic lookout and enjoy breathtaking views over Squeaky Beach and Whisky Bay.

At 319m high, Mt Bishop is one of the best vantage points for incredible views of the Prom's coast and chain of islands scattered offshore. For a truly memorable hike, visit later in the day and watch the sunset over the sea and islands.   

As you hike back down the mountain, you can follow the same tracks back to the carpark or extend your journey and descend into Lilly Pilly Gully. Enjoy a pleasant walk through the tranquil and southernmost rainforest in mainland Australia before returning via the nature walk.

Things to do

 
A man and woman walk along the top of an enourmous sand dune in the northern part of Wilsons Promontory.

Big Drift Walk

Starting at Stockyard Campsite near the park entrance, follow the signposts to the northern flank of Big Drift, an extensive series of inland sand dunes. It’s easy to get lost in Big Drift so be careful to mark your path to find the track out again. There is no beachaccess from Big Drift.
A couple stop to enjoy the view of the ocean sat upon a granite boulder at Tongue Point.

Darby River to Tongue Point

Commencing at the Darby River car park, a sandy track follows Darby River as it winds its way to the coast. The small exposed beach is embraced at each end by rocky headlands. Please stay on the beach and avoid climbing fragile sand dunes
The view from Mt Oberon at Sunset.

Mount Oberon

Starting from the Telegraph Saddle car park, this iconic Prom walk follows the management vehicle track to the summit of Mount Oberon.Steps below the rocky summit lead to postcard perfect, panoramic views over Tidal River, the coast and offshore islands.
The view of Norman Beach from the summit of Mount Oberon.

Norman Beach

Close to Tidal River campground, the beautiful Norman Beach is flanked by Pillar Point in the north and Norman Point in the south and offers stunning views of Mount Oberon.
A father and mother sit on Squeaky Beach with their daughter in an all terrain accessibility wheelchair.

Squeaky Beach

One of the Prom’s iconic locations, the rounded grains of quartz sand make a ’squeak’ when walked on.

How to get there

Mount Bishop

Park at Lilly Pilly Gully Carpark or take a short walk from Tidal River via Lilly Pilly Link Walk.

Need to know

Mount Bishop

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Water for hikers at Oberon Bay

    Tank water (unpotable) at Oberon Bay is unreliable. Hikers are required to carry in their own drinking water.

  • Wilsons Promontory National Park

    Off-track hiking permit

    Off-track hiking permits are unavailable due to the risk associated with land slips and the potential spread of pest plants and pathogens.

X
Cookies help us improve your website experience.
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies.
Confirm