Wilsons Promontory National Park

At Wilsons Promontory National Park, the wombats around Tidal River campsite are quick to acquaint themselves with campers – sometimes they can be a little too friendly, visiting campsites at night. At dusk, they can be viewed grazing the lawns. The heath-dwelling ground parrot can be spotted around Cotters Lake and Millers Landing. Pied oystercatchers, grey plovers and red-necked stints probe the mudflats of Corner Inlet, while white-faced herons, Australian white ibis, cormorants and terns frequent the tidal flats of Shallow Inlet. Watch out for emus roaming in open areas.

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