Flinders Chase National Park (Kangaroo Island)


Address: S Coast Rd, Flinders Chase SA 5223
Phone: (08) 8553 4450
A stunning coastal landscapes with vast areas of wilderness and diversity of wildlife. Most of the park is forested hills, sheltered creeks and scenic lagoons, the coastline is incredibly dramatic, with magnificent cliffs facing the Southern Ocean. Cape du Couedic, at the south-west tip, is famous for its wild scenery and Admirals Arch, sculpted by wave action, is easily accessible by a short boardwalk. Close by the Remarkable Rocks are a bizarre formation of huge grantie tors weathered into unusual shapes and perched precariously on a cliff top at Kirkpatrick Point. Make time to witness the spectacular sunset thought Admirals Arch. Marine life is fantastic and provided some of Australia’s best diving, including wreck diving. The water is alive with walls of gorgonian corals, harlequin fish, blue devils and colourful sponges.

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