Mount Bishop Summit Walk

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Start of Mount Bishop WalkEarly sections of Mt Bishop Walk are relatively wideThe Mt Bishop track narrows as you climbAbout halfway up Mt Bishop walking trackGranite plateau near Mt Bishop summitMt Bishop summit
Start of Mount Bishop Walk
  Start of Mount Bishop Walk  
Early sections of Mt Bishop Walk are relatively wide
  Early sections of Mt Bishop Walk are relatively wide  
The Mt Bishop track narrows as you climb
  The Mt Bishop track narrows as you climb  
About halfway up Mt Bishop walking track
  About halfway up Mt Bishop walking track  
Granite plateau near Mt Bishop summit
  Granite plateau near Mt Bishop summit  
Mt Bishop summit
  Mt Bishop summit  
If you are looking for a challenging trek with a great reward at the end, then the Mount Bishop walk is for you. The Mt Bishop walking track is more rugged than its Mt Oberon compatriot, but the views from the summit are equally breathtaking.

On Mount Oberon, once you reach the granite boulder plateau, the walk is completed. But on Mount Bishop, the granite boulder plateau is but a taster for the absolute summit, so be sure to continue a little further up the track until you reach a second set of granite boulders.
Modes of Transport:Walkers welcome Walking
Difficulty:HARD
Steep, narrow path. Early sections are relatively easy-going, but track becomes narrower and more difficult as you climb. May be some branches on track to be stepped over. The 3.7km return walk to the summit and back takes approximately 1.5 hours.
Distance:SHORT   3.7km
Dogs: Sorry, but dogs are not allowed
Sorry, but dogs are not allowed
Sorry, but no dogs are allowed in Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Car Parking: Available at Lilly Pilly Gully car park.