Flinders Chase National Park

Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia

The Flinders Chase National Park is a sanctuary for local wildlife and can be visited as part of a day tour from Adelaide. There are also campsites within the park, where you can stay overnight and experience the tranquil beauty of the park at a slower pace. My favourite thing about the park was the fur seals, which are at Admiral’s Arch. The New Zeland fur seal babies are just about the cutest thing I have ever seen. There are also plenty of other animals to be found throughout the park such as koalas, platypus, goannas and echidnas. The park also boasts some incredible natural geological formations such as Remarkable Rocks. These are interesting rock formations that are perched atop a rocky outcrop and make for spectacular holiday snaps. When we camped at Flinders Chase, we woke up in the morning to a welcoming party of local wallabies around our tent. Occurrences like this are common at Flinders Chase and make for a truly magical holiday experience.

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