Many years have passed but the allure of the Northern End of Wilsons Promontory National Park has remained. The park is much more regulated these days and for the northern prom you need to complete a “Wilderness permit application” . Whilst I can understand the need to ensure that hikers in this area can navigate along poorly marked trails (which are often overgrown) ford or swim rivers which can be over head height, navigate trackless swamps but the area is not wilderness, as the there are marked trails and designated campsites.
So to cut a long story short an opportunity arose and I took it, the boat that is. With the help of my brother we contacted Kraken Tours and they were willing to take the 2 of us to Tin Mine Cove, furthermore, they picked us up at the Foster YHA and within an hour we were standing on the beach at Tin Mine Cove considering which way to go.
The choice was simple we set up camp and decided to walk tomorrow. As a result I spent some time considering the surroundings, relaxing and enjoying the serenity.