Darby Saddle to Tongue Point

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Darby Saddle Track provides spectacular coastal and forest scenery. At 2.1km, a side track (300 metres) leads to Sparkes Lookout which offers views as far as the pyramid shaped Rodondo Island in the south and Shallow Inlet in the north.
From the turnoff, the track climbs steeply to Norman Island. The track then descends steeply through low heathland to join the Darby River track continues to Tongue Point and ends prior to the semi-attached island. For your safety, please don't attemp to cross over to it.
Modes of Transport:Walkers welcome Walking
Difficulty:MEDIUM / HARD
Moderate/Hard
Distance:MEDIUM   5.6km/2.5 hours
Dogs: Sorry, but dogs are not allowed
Sorry, but dogs are not allowed
Sorry, dogs are not permitted within Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Car Parking: Available at Tidal River, you will need to organise a car shuttle.
Toilets: Whisky Bay