Summary: North Waterloo Bay in the southern section of Wilsons Promontory National Park has two beautiful, remote beaches.

North Waterloo Bay has two beaches, which are separated by a small granite headland at high tide, and joined at low tide.

The beautiful beach is relatively safe for swimming, with low waves (typically under 0.5m).

Getting to North Waterloo Bay

Although this beach is generally not a destination in its own right, the beach is part of the 2-4 day Wilsons Prom Southern Circuit. From Telegraph Saddle, it’s about 20km (one-way) from Telegraph Saddle via Sealers Cove, and 15km via the the Telegraph Track and Little Waterloo Bay.

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