Flinders Chase National Park

There is so much to do in this park, and so many people give it too little time. The most popular sights are the lichen-stained artist’s treasure, Remarkable Rocks, and a playful colony of New Zealand fur-seals near Admirals Arch. But there is also great camping, plenty of other wildlife, an excellent informationfilled visitor centre, and walks such as the 3-kilometre Snake Gully hike. For the really adventurous, there is the four-day trek from Cape du Couedic to Cape Borda lightstation.

Contact Info

(08) 8559 7235

www.environment.sa.gov.au

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