Llarrinda Bed & Breakfast

Affordable Luxury Accommodation near Wilsons Prom

Explore Prom Country

Corner Inlet district
There are so many things to do in and near Wilsons Promontory National Park.  Llarrinda Bed and Breakfast is a perfect base from which to explore this southern-most part of mainland Australia, with its empty windswept beaches, temperate rainforests, abundant wildlife and waterfalls. 

Wilsons Prom, Sandy Point, Waratah Bay, Walkerville, Cape Liptrap, Agnes Falls and Tarra Bulga National Park are just some of the great destinations to discover.  

And then there is amazing fishing, boating, surfing, wind surfing, kayaking, snorkelling, diving and mountain bike riding - all a short drive from our door.

The district is also rich with artists, and we are only a stone's throw from the fabulous galleries in Fish Creek, Foster, Meeniyan and other small, creative communities.

Foster itself is a bustling country town and service centre for outlying communities. With two supermarkets, two bakeries, several cafe's and restaurants, clothing, gift and hardware shops, beauty salons, library, galleries - and of course a pub - we have everything to meet your needs.

5 stops to visit from Sydney to Melbourne

Want to explore but don't want to drive?

Call the Butterfly Passenger Service, which is based in Foster for travel in and around South Gippsland.

  • Door to door service
  • Friendly, experienced driver
  • 2017 sedan with full insurance cover
  • Accredited and licenced with Commercial Passenger Vehicles, Vic.

Call Kerry on 0411 334 236

Things to do and places to explore in and near Wilsons Promontory National Park. 

Whale Watching

Every year, from September to November,  Humpback Whales and endangered Southern Right Whales travel along our coastline on their return migration to Antarctica.  Wildlife Coast Cruises is once again offering a number of whale watching cruises around the coast of Wilsons Prom National Park.  Additional (non-whale watching) Wilsons Prom cruises are scheduled for dates in November, December, February, March and April.  For enquiries and bookings, visit www.wildlifecoastcruises.com.au or call 1300763 739. 

Also visit Wilsons Promontory Cruises for details of their daily cruises around the island of Wilsons Prom, where they spot Australian Fur Seals and, in the season, Whales.

July 2019 Whale Update!

It seems mighty early to us, but the whale season has already begun, with Humpback, Southern Right and Killer whales being spotted along the coast from Inverloch to Cape Liptrap to Wilsons Prom.  

And now we are encouraged to become citizen scientists by reporting our sightings to the Dolphin Research Institute, which is working with Wildlife Coast Cruises and Killer Whales Australia to monitor their migratory patterns in our local waters.  Accompanying photo evidence is vital, as the under-side of a Humpback whale's tale unique to each individual and enables the scientists to identify which migratory corridors the whales are using and what we should be doing to look after those corridors.

While Southern Right whales and Humpback whales are most commonly spotted, it's also possible to see Killer whales (Orcas)Blue whales and Pygmy Blue whales in these waters.

Bushwalking and wildlife

Beautiful beaches


Arts & Culture

Food & Wine


Scenic Drives

Scenic Flights


Dining out in Prom Country

Dining out in Foster

Dining out in Fish Creek

Dining out in Meeniyan