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Flinders Chase National Park

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Western end of Kangaroo Island features magnificent coastal landscapes coupled with vast wilderness areas and diverse wildlife. Flinders Chase National Park is the home of the iconic Admiral's Arch with its colony of New Zealand fur seals and the...more
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South Coast Road, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday

There is a disproportionate amount of travel needed to get to Kangaroo Island, and then to this national park way out the Western end, but the end result is worth it. The Remarkable Rocks, with the famous eagle's beak rock making for brilliant photos, epitomize...More

Thank Canberrareviews
Reviewed 3 days ago

Despite seeing many photos of the park it still doesn't compare until you see it first hand. The scale and the way the rocks have been shaped by the elements you'd think a sculptor had created them.

Thank Where2gonext60
Reviewed 1 week ago

A short walk from the car-park and you'll give your camera a workout. You can climb all over these natural sculptures. The kids will love playing hide and seek.

Thank BobFk
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Flinders Chase National Park for 6 days, in Late October, early November. Buy a park pass if you intend to visit on several days, as it will be more economical especially if you want to visit Kelly Caves, which I recommend doing the...More

Thank 104jobell
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful expansive views of open sea & wild life, both in the trees & on the beaches/rocks. Loved watching the seals "play" in and out of the water.

Thank Shaz5218
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Good signage. Plenty to see and do, for all ages and any fitness. See the HQ and discuss what you can do with the staff when you go to pay. $11 per person for the day isn't a lot for the work that has gone...More

Thank WayneK160
Reviewed 1 week ago

Flinders Chase is really a wilderness park. The scenery is beautiful but well cared for.There are plenty of walks, hikes or places that you can see from your car depending on your level of fitness. Do not drive after dark though because every living v=creature...More

Thank hbrisbane
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This park is one of the main reasons for visiting Kangaroo Island and you will want to spend at least one full day there. You're first stop should be the visitors centre who have all the info you need to plan your time including detailed...More

Thank Jasmine38Chichester
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Obviously you will want to visit remarkable rocks and admirals arch but allow time for a stop at the visitor centre for a coffee and a short way marked walk to spot wildlife. In fact you don't even need to leave the car park to...More

Thank gmschulz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Flinders Chase National Park includes the Remarkable Rocks (they really are remarkable) and Admirals Arch - a sea arch with New Zealand fur seals playing around it. Thewind and waves can be wild so wrap up warm. Both sites involve 500 metre walk. Both these...More

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IntrovertLikesTravel
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Response from Extratraveltocome | Reviewed this property |
We were there in August and asked the same thing and were told it wasn't necessary, they would see our car. But the hikes we did (Ravine Hike and Snake Lagoon Hike) if something happened, I think it would have been overnight... More
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Response from Carmel S | Reviewed this property |
It was a while ago now, but I believe it was per car as we had to place an authorisation sticker on the windscreen
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