Victoria’s most popular multiday bushwalk, the Southern Circuit, weaves from the slopes of Mount Oberon down to the eastern shore of Wilsons Promontory National Park, where it traverses south above the dramatic waters of Bass Strait to the dramatically-positioned southernmost lighthouse on mainland Australia.
Along the way you'll discover verdant rainforest, glorious boulder-strewn beaches, coastal dunes, sheltered coves, plunging granite cliffs, wide heathlands and stands of thick coastal ti-tree. Secluded campsites offer beautiful vistas and bays with unbelievably blue waters to swim in.
This route is also the 60km course from the long running annual Wilsons Prom 100 trail running event: https://runningwild.net.au/wilsons-prom-100-60-km-course.html
Current CR was set in 2018 by Simon Angus 6h05m04s
Previous CR was Chris Wight in 2010 with 06h09m00s