Wilsons Promontory is a very popular camping destination. It is Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness. We didn’t camp here but visited for a couple of hours.
It is really not much to see just from a drive through. One really needs to get out and walk the bush and walk to the beautiful beaches. From the info there is quite a diverse range of micro climates from beach dunes, heath lands, rocky outcrops and mountain rainforests.
Tidal River is the main location for accommodation and camping. Just outside the parks offices, shops etcis very poplar with campers though personally it was not my sort of camping area. There are other camping areas that have much more grass and secluded areas etc though maybe further from toilets. Each to their own.