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Top-rated holiday rentals in Wilsons Promontory

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Cottage in Yanakie
Tidal View Holiday Cottage
Renovations have been completed for now with a new fully equipped kitchen, and we have just replaced the flooring in the living area and bathroom and installed reverse cycle air conditioning in the living area. Take in the stunning views overlooking Corner Inlet and Wilsons Promontory from this newly renovated cottage. Enjoy bushwalking, hiking, amazing wildlife, and the stunning scenery or just sit back on the deck and relax with a book. You won't be disappointed!
1 – 8 Oct
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Guest suite in Yanakie
Tombolo Too, Self contained 2 BR, Wilsons Prom
Just a 5 minute drive to Wilsons Prom National Park, walking distance to the Prom Cafe Pizza & General Store, the space is light filled and modern. Tombolo Too was built in 2017 & designed to accommodate up to 4 Airbnb guests. We live in a sectioned off area behind Tombolo Too so we're able to personally meet & greet everyone who stays, & provide local knowledge & information to ensure that you get the most out of your visit to The Prom.
4 – 11 Oct
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Cabin in Yanakie
Banksia - The Yanakie House - Wilsons Promontory
The Yanakie House and Cabins are situated on a peaceful secluded property, surrounded by farmland and only minutes to the gate of Wilsons Promontory. Banksia offers modern studio accommodation with spectacular views of the Prom and Corner Inlet. Ideal for couples or the perfect getaway for two! Consider my other listings called Bluegum Cabin, Wattle Cabin or The Yanakie House for different designs or if this is booked out!
9 – 16 July

Popular amenities for Wilsons Promontory holiday rentals

Stay near Wilsons Promontory's top sights

Big Drift5 locals recommend
Whisky Beach3 locals recommend
Wilsons Prom Licensed Pizza restaurant6 locals recommend

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Yanakie Meadow Views-Minutes to Wilsons promontory
8 – 15 Aug
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Fish Creek Airbnb
27 July – 3 Aug
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Guesthouse in Sassafras
A romantic forest getaway with luxury spa & sauna.
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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Wilsons Promontory

Total rentals

30 properties

Wi-Fi availability

20 properties include access to Wi-Fi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

10 properties have a dedicated workspace

Family-friendly rentals

20 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

3.5K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$46 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Wilsons Promontory

Introduction

Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area dials up the natural drama with white-sand beaches, granite mountains, a marine reserve perfect for surfing, and plenty of kangaroos, emus, and wombats to keep your camera busy for days on end. Covering the state’s southernmost peninsula — which also happens to be the most southerly point of mainland Australia — Wilsons Promontory National Park’s 123,500 acres are webbed with hiking trails, some of which lead to the famed Squeaky Beach. Others take you through dense native forest and mountaintop lookouts. Before entering the park, stop in the tiny gateway town of Yanakie to stock up on provisions, or else buy supplies inside the park at Tidal River Campground.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Wilsons Promontory

Wilsons Promontory is a year-round destination, though it really comes alive in summer (December through February). The weather never gets too hot here, with daytime highs over the holiday season around 68 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature can drop to around 52 in winter (June through August), when rainfall is also at its highest. The shoulder seasons of spring (September through November) and fall (March through May) signal fewer people and comfortable temperatures (daytime highs 55 to 65). Visit in spring to see the hillsides blanketed by wildflowers.

Even when the sun is shining, the promontory can be windy (particularly on clifftops, mountain peaks, and boats), so come prepared with layers and windproof jackets.


Top things to do in Wilsons Promontory

Watersports

Divers come to Wilsons Promontory to explore the offshore Marine National Park (the state’s first and largest), with its wondrous underwater granite cliffs and deep reefs. If you prefer to stay dry, take in the sea from the comfort of a cruise, unique birdlife overhead, and noisy seal colonies along the shore. Get your camera ready for Skull Rock, an enormous granite monolith that juts out of the water.

Mount Oberon Summit Hike

The promontory’s network of 80 hiking tracks covers leisurely, family-friendly day strolls to more strenuous overnight hikes. A favorite is to the top of Mount Oberon, a two-hour round-trip trek from the Telegraph Saddle car park, culminating in panoramas over Tidal River, Bass Strait, and offshore islands.

Squeaky Beach

A short walk from Tidal River Campground or Lilly Pilly Gully car park is Squeaky Beach, a long stretch of powder-white sand so rich in quartz that it squeaks when stepped upon. Enormous granite boulders covered in orange lichen hug the northern headland, creating a maze of passages and caves for adventurous travelers to explore. Be sure to end your visit with a dip in the turquoise sea.

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