Refuge Cove Camping Area

Refuge Cove Camping Area


Refuge Cove Camping Area

The Southern Prom Circuit weaves from the slopes of Mount Oberon to the park’s eastern shores and the southern-most point of Australia’s mainland. It passes through diverse plant communities and spectacular coastlines. Hikers can spend anywhere between two and seven days exploring this part of the park. 

Refuge Cove is a stunning, secluded beach on the eastern side of the Wilsons Promontory accessible by walking track from Sealers Cove to the north or Little Waterloo Bay to the south.  Refuge Cove Camping Area is located at the southern end of the cove surrounded by lush vegetation and close to the sea.

Advanced booking is required for hikers and recreational boat users staying in camping areas. The Cove is a safe anchorage for vessels. Help protect this unique place by not tying stern lines to vegetation. Untreated creek water is available, please treat before consuming. Toilets are provided in the camping area.


How to get there

Refuge Cove Camping Area



Need to know

Refuge Cove Camping Area

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Sealers Cove Walking Track Closed

    Sealers Cove Walking Track and Boardwalk is closed between Telegraph Saddle and Sealers Cove until further notice.
    Sealers Cove Campsite is only accessible via Refuge Cove which is a 25km hike from Telegraph Saddle.

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