Flinders Chase National Park and Ravine Des Casoars Wilderness Protection Area

Flinders Chase National Park and Ravine Des Casoars Wilderness Protection Area

Ravine Hike access road is currently restricted to 4WD vehicles following multiple sand blowouts. Details

Park fees:
Site entry: $13.00 per person
Accommodation from: $18.00 per night
Fees must be paid before entry to the park. Campsite fees are per night, subject to availability.
266.4km from Adelaide
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Flinders Chase Nation­al Park is a must for any Kan­ga­roo Island parks adven­ture. This vast area of wilder­ness fea­tures the icon­ic Remark­able Rocks, Admi­rals Arch and a long-nosed fur seal colony.

Sit­ting high on ancient rocky plat­forms above the sea, Remark­able Rocks’ sur­re­al shapes and gold­en orange colours pro­vide extra­or­di­nary pho­to oppor­tu­ni­ties. Admi­rals Arch at Cape du Couedic is not only an impres­sive rock arch, weath­er worn over thou­sands of years, it’s also home to a colony of long-nosed fur seals.

Entry fees apply. There is a 24-hour wifi pay­ment hotspot at Rocky Riv­er, 5 km inside the park entrance, but giv­en the remote loca­tion the con­nec­tion can be slow and it’s best to pay day entry before you go. NPWS staff are in the park dai­ly from 9am to 5pm.

Take care dri­ving at all times and par­tic­u­lar­ly at dawn and dusk, pack enough water and snacks for your vis­it, and leave no trace. This will give our bush­land the best chance of recovery.

The park has lim­it­ed toi­lets, there is no food or drink avail­able for pur­chase through­out the park. 

Vivonne Bay Gen­er­al Store is the clos­est sup­pli­er of Café food, drinks and fuel and the Dis­cov­ery Hol­i­day Parks Kan­ga­roo Island sell basic food, drinks, ice cream and fuel.

Down­load the park map. Down­load the Nation­al Parks of Kan­ga­roo Island Vis­i­tor Guide: May 2022.

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