Pictures from the surrounding area
Ideal base to explore the Prom Coast e.g..Agnes Falls,Sandy Point,Waratah Bay,Walkerville Lime Kilns etc.
Wilsons Promontory National Park(TheProm) offers many wonderful walks,beaches,flora fauna.
You will find great fishing,golf,surfing,swimming,tennis,arts & crafts and windsurfing in the surrounding districts of Yanakie,Sandy Point,Waratah Bay,Foster and Fish Creek.
Dine out at local hotels, restaurants,or visit a winery or cidery all whom are an easy drive from ” TOP OF THE PROM”
Yanakie is on the narrow strip of land which joins the Wilsons Promontory National Park with the south coast of Victoria, located south of the major center of Foster and on the opposite side of Shallow Inlet to Sandy Point.
With Yanakie being the last town before the entrance gates to the Wilsons Promontory National Park, it has become a popular spot for visitors to the park and surrounding areas to stay at. There are numerous accommodation options available, many offering spectacular views across the waters surrounding Yanakie and of the mountain ranges that traverse Wilsons Promontory.
The commercial centre of Yanakie is small, consisting of a general store, petrol station and public hall on the road to Wilsons Promontory near Millar Road. Most of the residents in the area are either involved in the tourism industry or in dairying, with large farms of cattle located in green fields surrounding the town.
The coast on the western side of Yanakie fronts Shallow Inlet, which is a calm body of water, popular with boating enthusiasts. On the east coast fronting Corner Inlet there are boat launching facilities at Duck Point and a water front caravan park. Duck Point offers spectacular views towards the south and east of many of Wilsons Promontory’s mountain peaks and coastal features.
The Prom is one of Victoria’s most-loved places. Click for more info
At the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, it offers spectacular scenery of huge granite mountains, open forest, rainforest, sweeping beaches and coastlines.
Great bushwalks extend from under an hour to over three days. Visitors can camp, caravan or stay in huts, cabins, wilderness retreats or lodges at Tidal River where there is a general store and take-away food shop.
Wilsons Promontory Lightstation is perched on a small peninsula jutting into the wild seas of Bass Strait.
The waters surrounding the Prom are protected as a marine national park and marine park and offer outstanding diving.
For a list of things to do check out the Parks Vic website here
The Big Drift
The Big Drift is walking distance from the cottage just inside the Park boundary.
Pennicot Wilderness Journeys
Discover the beautiful granite coastline and unique wilderness of the Wilsons Promontory National Park on our 2½ hour Wilsons Promontory Cruise.
Wilsons Promontory Cruises is the latest addition to the award winning Pennicott Wilderness Journeys yellow boat ecotours. Travel in world’s first, custom built amphibious boats, designed for cruising waters in comfort and safety.
For more information – Pennicott Wilderness Journeys