Flinders Chase National Park
What you need to know
Flinders Chase National Park, located on the western end of the island, is filled with so much natural beauty, you won’t want to pass up the chance to visit. The national park is home to a wide range of native wildlife and amazing rock formations. Remarkable Rocks is popular site to visit and is one of the island’s signature landmarks; moulded over 500 million years with the help of rain, wind and waves, Remarkable Rocks is exactly that - remarkable.
Admirals Arch is another impressive rock formation, formed over thousands of years near the Cape du Couedic Lighthouse. Visitors can observe the New Zealand fur seal colony from the viewing area and take in the scenic views surrounding. Visitors can take the boardwalk around the area to various vantage points and lookouts. Other highlights include the Cape Borda lighthouse - Australia’s only square lighthouse.
Visit early morning/evening to avoid large crowds/enjoy sunrise and sunset Rocks are safe to walk on during dry weather Take care during wet or windy weather Wooden boardwalk partially accessible for disabled visitors
Boardwalk leads to Cape du Couedic Lightstation Starting point of various hiking trails Dolphin and whale sightings View New Zealand fur seal colony
Flinders Chase National ParkKangaroo Island, Admirals Arch, Cape du Couedic Lighthouse, Cape Du Couedic Rd, Flinders Chase, South Australia, 5223, Australia