Five Mile Beach (Hike In)


4.5 from 2 users


This is a hike in, campsite in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Bookings and payment must be made with Parks Victoria. Camping in tents is allowed. This location provides only a campsite with no facilities. A true wilderness experience! Hikers are encouraged to be fit, experienced in self sufficiency, navigation and have a PLB if camping here. Hikers must fill out a Hiker Self Assessment Form before a hiking permit is issued. Call 13 1963 for further information. This campground offers beach swimming. There can be water available in the wet at Miranda creek which is just near the beach, and camp site. Miranda creek can be brackish at high tide it connects with the ocean. Collect water up streem away from the beach and treat/filter the water. Overnight camping is permitted for two consecutive nights only at each of the camp areas throughout the year. Maximum group size is six people. Pets are not permitted. An easily navigable 3km walk will take you over the headland to the next campsite along this trail at Johnny Souey Cove. At the start of the walk you must cross Miranda creek. Leave preferably at low tide, to cross Miranda creek. At high tide and between tides, Miranda creek can have a strong flow and can require you to swim across, making crossing more difficult.

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Lat: -38.915746 Lng: 146.473288

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Awesome remote campsite with beautiful beach. No services . Self sufficient. Be prepared for a rather long 18km hike which to be honest is just a bit of a boring parks management access track but worth it once you reach the beach.


User 1804252

Can you drive to this?


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