Walk through the rainforest and admire the views, as you hike to the rocky 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.
For additional information regarding Mount Bishop Summit Walk, please visit the Mount Bishop (parks.vic.gov.au)
The 3.7km return walk to the summit and back takes approximately 1.5 hours. – 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.
Sorry, dogs are not permitted within Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Start at Lilly Pilly Carpark.