This park is a rugged wilderness featuring iconic landmarks such as the world-famous Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. Enjoy the park and its diverse wildlife on the network of walking trails and experience a stay in a heritage-listed light keepers cottage.
The park’s coastal scenery includes Admirals Arch, a beautiful natural rock arch shaped by the powerful Southern Ocean, and the sculptured granite boulders known as Remarkable Rocks. Other attractions include wild beaches, the unspoilt Rocky River, vast wilderness areas and cultural heritage sites – including two lighthouses.
Discover some of Kangaroo Island’s secrets at the Flinders Chase Visitor Centre where our natural and cultural heritage are showcased with interactive screens, a touch table and a fossil dig pit for kids. It’s a great place for families, with coffee, lunch and souvenirs available from the Chase Café.
The majority of the park is accessible by 2WD, so it’s perfect for day visits and an ideal place to view wildlife in its natural habitat.
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Early morning and early evening are the most ideal times to visit Kangaroo Island Remarkable Rocks, not only to avoid large crowds, but also to enjoy the stunning sunrises and sunsets around these impressive sculptures.
An accessible walk (1km long, approx 15mins return) along a boardwalk to the stunning geological feature of Remarkable Rocks is wheelchair accessible, until it reaches the rocky outcrop of the Remarkable Rocks.
YOU WILL FIND…
The Flinders Chase National Park Visitor Centre is accessible.
An accessible toilet is available at the car park.
Not all of Flinders Chase National Park is accessible, but the walk to Remarkable Rocks is well worth the trip!
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FACILITIES FOUND HERE
- Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites
- Enquiry Desk
- Family Friendly
- Food and Refreshments
- Interpretive Centre
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
ACTIVITIES YOU CAN ENGAGE IN
- Scenic Drives