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As we walked down to Admirals Arch on the well built boardwalks and steps we were also able to stop and watch the many seals on the rocks and cliff terraces, seeing many sleeping but some also frolicking in the shallow pools created by the...More
A very spectacular and fascinating place to visit. From watching the seals frolicking, swimming, sunning themselves and sleeping, to marvelling at the rock formations and the action of the waves, this place is amazing.
I just wish it was advertised more that it isn’t entirely...More
Admiral`s Arch is one of many spectacular landforms along the Kangaroo Island coast. KI is packed with "eco tourism". Research before you travel will enhance your visit. KI looks small on a map but it is six times the size of Singapore !!! .........with a...More
Spectacular views and an abundance of seals make Admirals Arch a must see destination on Kangaroo Island. Located at the most western point of the Island it is a decent drive from most of the accommodation but well worth it. Make sure you also see...More
Admirals Arch is an amazing place. The scenery is beautiful, the huge waves crashing against the rocky shore. And it was fun to watch all the seals on the rocks. There were quite a few. The young seal pups were the most active and there...More
The board walk made this an easy short trek. The seals were in abundance and could easily be viewed from the platforms. The seal pups were adorable to watch splashing in the shallow pools. A great photo opportunity looking through the arch as the sun...More
This natural arch shows very little of erosion by the ocean powers: it is very spiky on the arch as if it is growing stalagmites in a grotto. Very pointy. The walk to the Admiral’s Arch from the lighthouse makes it very much worth the...More