Wilsons Promontory, or The Prom, is Melbourne's most-loved outdoor destination.
With everything from expansive dune systems and clear ocean bays to dense forests and soaring mountains, it is no wonder why this chunk of land is praised by campers, divers, photographers and adventurers alike.
However, perhaps most predominantly, the diverse landscape is admired by bushwalkers and avid hikers. With hundreds of kilometres of trails within, The Prom has enough range to satisfy walkers for weeks on end.
With so many hikes of varying difficulties and lengths, there is sure to be something to satisfy all visitors.
Below are six of the most popular and rewarding hikes of Wilson's Prom.
This network of overnight trails is almost certainly one of Victoria's most beautiful areas. The untouched landscape of rainforests, bush and beach include some of the most spectacular scenery nearby to Melbourne.
Within the Southern Circuit, hikers have the option to pass through Little Waterloo Bay, Sealer's Cove, Oberon Bay and the Wilsons Promontory Lightstation.
From Telegraph Saddle car park, walkers can embark on a 10km one-way hike to the peaceful Sealer's Cove.
This hike should be considered a 'destination hike', meaning that the purpose is to reach the end point, rather than having multiple points of interest along the way. While the rainforest surrounds are beautiful in their own right, the purpose of the hike is to make it to the beach.