Sealers Cove in Wilsons Promontory National Park in Victoria. This was taken near dawn at slack water and is of the creek that flows into the cove. The creek is in front of the camp site and has probably featured in a lot of photos (including better ones that this). It's a very easy hike and you can do it as a day trip if you leave early. It is one of those hikes where the trip there and back is just as good as the destination. You start fairly high up from Oberon Car Park and slowly descend to the swamp behind Sealers Cove. Passing hillsides, forest, ferny glades and more until you suddenly come to a magnificent bay flanked by mountains. Would you like to see more of Wilsons Prom?