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Sealers Cove is an uninhabited sandy bay on the east coast of Wilson's Promontory - aka The Prom - a peninsula that forms the most southerly point of mainland Australia. Local aboriginals hunted and collected shellfish there over 6000 years ago, and today it is one of the country's largest and most popular national parks. George Bass sighted the promontory on January 1798 from a small whaleboat while on an excursion from Port Jackson. He returned with reports of plentiful supplies and safe anchorage, as well as 9000 seal pelts and several tons of seal oil. This initiated a sealing rush that only petered out in the 1830s as the number of animals dwindled.

Wilsons Promontory National Park that surrounds Sealers Cove has no roads, and is a hiker’s paradise. Viewed from a cruise ship, one can see the Cove’s golden beach, crystal clear turquoise waters; and imagine its hidden abundance of wildlife. It is home to many marsupials (kangaroos, wallabies, koalas and emus) and native birds (crimson rosellas, yellow-tailed black cockatoos and superb fairy-wrens). Sealers Creek flows into the southern end of Sealers Cove with a distinctive stain. This is due to the large amount of tea trees in the area that stain the water with tannin, giving it a tea-like appearance.

The Australian mainland’s southernmost point is 12 km south of Sealers Cove. Here the 19m Wilsons Promontory Lighthouse was built by convict labour from 1869 to 1878 to protect Bass Strait shipping. ‘The Prom’ coastal features include intertidal mudflats, sandy beaches, sheltered coves, and steep granite cliffs. Small granite islands are protected seabird breeding grounds. Look out for Southern right whales, Humpback whales, Killer whales, dolphins, seals, sea lions and penguins.