Take a wander along the famous white sand of Squeaky Beach and have a dip in the turquoise waters of iconic beaches. The rounded grains of quartz make a squeaking sound when you walk, giving this popular local beach its name. Head down from the Squeaky Beach car park and make your way through coastal scrub, jumping the little stream as you reach the beach. Take in views out to distant islands and the granite-studded headlands, or just choose a comfortable spot on the large expanse of pristine white sand. The rounded grains of quartz on Squeaky Beach make a squeaking sound when you walk in the dry sand − hence its name. The rock formations at the north end of the beach create a maze of passages for exploration. Access from the Squeaky Beach car park. One of the iconic locations at the Prom, Squeaky Beach has rounded quartz sand that squeaks when you walk on it. Start at the Picnic Bay car park then walk to the southern end of the beach. Squeaky Beach is one of the popular hangout spots within the Wilsons Promontory National Park especially for visitors who also want to see the Tidal River and Norman Beach. There is the 3-kilometer Squeaky Beach walk which passes over the ridge between Norman and Squeaky Beach. The site is good for campers who’d want to stay overnight nearby the river while enjoying some extras like a café, general store, fish, an outdoor cinema and of course, the much needed flushing toilets.