Remarkable Rocks, Flinders Chase National Park
What to do in South Australia other than Adelaide? Let me see, Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island? Kangaroo Island is the third largest island in Australia and it is not full of kangaroos. It is one of the most conserved islands in Australia. Imagine the island is bigger than Singapore but the population is only a size of a few thousand people.
To go to Kangaroo Island, you can always fly from Adelaide, the capital of South Australia or by ferry. Thus, it is advisable to stay at least one or two nights on the island rather doing the day trip island tour.
There are plenty of things to do on the island and a visit to Flinders Chase National Park is a must. There, you can find the world’s most “remarkable rocks”. What is so impressive of this Remarkable Rocks are the formation of the rocks and the positioning of the rocks. It appears like a cluster of granite boulders.
This is the work of nature. After 500 million years of erosive wind, sea spray and rain, the product is this Remarkable Rocks. The after effect of the work of nature also creates this beautiful orange colour on the rocks. You get to see many different rock formations and shapes and it is up to you to decide what it looks like.
This is the place for photography and the landscape of rocks changed during sunset. If you are a photographer, you can try taking pictures of the rock in different times of the day and you will be amazed.
At the rocks, it provides the best place to view the Casuarina Islets. Please contact the local travel agent or tour company to visit the Remarkable Rocks or you might want to try self-drive.
Kangaroo Island is located in South Australia and you can fly to Kangaroo Island from Adelaide. The best way to fly to Adelaide from Malaysia is to fly direct to Adelaide from Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines.
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This is a sponsored post by Tourism of South Australia.