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Islands of Wilsons Promontory From its rugged mountains to gold and white beaches, tall rainforest to ever moving sand dunes, coffee coloured creeks and friendly wildlife there is little that Wilsons Promontory National Park does not offer. A significant part of its charm is its islands. A few of them are visible from the main road leading to Tidal River. The latter four can be seen clearly from Norman Beach near Tidal River. Though they look close enough to swim out to, they are in fact some 8 km out to sea. The mountainous spine of Wilsons Promontory is believed to have once been part of the high land that formed an isthmus extending in a south easterly direction, past South East Point, across what is now Bass Strait, through the Hogan, Curtis and Kent Groups of Islands, to Flinders Island, and Tasmania's north east. The islands which now dot the Promonotory were once part of this 'bridge'.