Oberon Bay Camping Area

Oberon Bay Camping Area


Oberon Bay Camping Area

The Southern Prom Circuit weaves from the slopes of Mount Oberon to the park’s eastern shores and the southern-most point of Australia’s mainland. It passes through diverse plant communities and spectacular coastlines. Hikers can spend anywhere between two and seven days exploring this part of the park. 
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Nestled among tea trees, Oberon Bay is a bush campsite situated on the west side of the Prom. The camping area is accessible only via hiking from the coastal walking track from Tidal River or by the inland track from Telegraph Junction. The track from Tidal River offers great coastal views and passes through large rock outcrops, low heathland, coast tea-tree scrub and eucalypts. 

A creek crossing is required if approaching from Tidal River. Crossing is reccomended at low tide. Toilets and limited tank water are available. Please treat water before use. The water supply is unreliable, so please carry in sufficient water for your stay.

While you're there, be sure to take a short walk from the campground to picturesque wind-swept Oberon Bay. A sight not to be missed. 



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Oberon Bay Camping Area

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Oberon Bay Camping Area

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

    Little Oberon Bay Walking Track (Norman Point to Oberon Bay) Closed

    Little Oberon Walking Track is closed between Norman Point and Oberon Bay until further notice due to significant erosion to the track. 
    Oberon Bay Campsite is only accessible via Telegraph Saddle Walking Track until further notice. 

    Sealers Cove Walking Track closed until further notice

    Wilsons Promontory National Park experienced widespread damage due to several flood and storm events in 2021. This significantly damaged many tracks including the Sealers Cove Boardwalk.  A detailed engineering assessment found that the entire two kilometres of the Sealers Cove Boardwalk will need to be replaced. Planning is underway for this work, including costing the work to secure funding. Due to the extent of the damage, and complexity of the work required, Sealers Cove Walking Track will be temporarily closed. 
    Access to Sealers Cove is still achievable via Refuge Cove, which is a 25km hike from Telegraph Saddle.

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