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... amongst other things but without a wetsuit it was too cold to go in.
We continued to our camp in Deep Creek ...
On the morning of Sat, Oct 18, we took a small plane from the Adelaide Airport for a 20 minute ride to Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island is SW of Adelaide and is known for its wildlife because of an absence of the usual invasive animals such as cats, foxes, rabbits and goats. It is a rather large island, roughly 100 miles by 50 miles, and is roughly 50% sheep farms and 50% covered by the scrubby native vegetation. ...
... due east but we were still at the edge of the Southern Ocean which wows me. The bushland grows right to the edge of the sand and some wild flowers were in bloom. It is evident from the names and the signage that French explorers spent some time investigating the Island and the southern coast of Australia. On our way back to Penneshaw we had to stop to let an echidna waddle cross the road in front of the car. We weren't quite quick enough to get a good ...
... are in photos. The Rocks are enormous and cut quite a figure out on a cliff above the ocean. They look so different in shape and color from every angle you look at them. The Arch was really fun to discover- you walk down a winding boardwalk and then down about 100 steps along the side of a rocky mountain/cliff before it appears. There is a colony of fur seals there and we got to see some of them resting on the rocks near the arch. They are very different ...
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We chose two sessions – a reptile encounter and a flight show. We didn’t know that both would be hands on.