Sealers Cove Camping Area

Sealers Cove Camping Area

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Sealers Cove 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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A walkers paradise Sealers Cove is often recognised as one of the Prom's top destinations for hikers. Stop at Sealers Cove Camping Area and you will be rewarded with a spectacular golden beach and crystal-clear waters sheltered from prevailing winds. This popular overnight camping area has plenty of shade to enjoy the tranquil surrounds. 

Advanced bookings are required. Water is available at the creek, please treat prior to consumption. Toilets are located in the campground. If you are walking from Telegraph Saddle please check the tides as crossing the creek to access the campground, is recommended at low tide.  

 

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Sealers Cove Camping Area

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Sealers Cove 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

    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 closed until at least Spring 2023. Access to Sealers Cove is still achievable via Refuge Cove, which is a 25km hike from Telegraph Saddle.

    Attachments: Storm Recovery Factsheet - July 22 (756KB)

 
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