How much does it cost to get into Flinders Chase National Park?

Written by: Cameron Ward

Published: 10/14/2021

Reading time: 3 mins

Kangaroo Island is full of epic adventure, so much so that it easily ranks alongside the Great Barrier Reef and Kakadu National Park as one of Australia’s great wildernesses!

Echidna at Flinders Chase

The island has everything from stunning nature to abundant wildlife, gorgeous beaches and world-class produce, putting it on the Aussie tourist map for a plethora of amazing reasons, one of which being the incredible Flinders Chase National Park.

This giant national park encompasses everything that makes Kangaroo Island so remarkable, with surreal rock formations, amazing animals and a windswept coastline just a handful of joys that await you in this vast expanse.

Flinders Chase comes with entry fees for people looking to experience its majestic beauty, and they are as follows:

Adults: $11

Concession: $9

Child (4 – 15): $6

Family (2 adults & 2 children OR 1 adult & 3 children): $28.50

Let us just start by telling you: that ain’t a hefty price tag for the sheer wonder that awaits you in this unmistakable testament to Australian nature.

Let’s take a little look at why…

The Remarkable Rocks

Ever wanted to see a Dali or Magritte masterpiece painted by Mother Nature herself? Well, the surrealist painters may have looked to Flinders Chase for inspiration, with this beguiling series of rock formations appearing to impossibly balance themselves on top of one another.

The Remarkable Rocks are the perfect place to start your Flinders Chase adventure, before moving on to some of these joyous activities…

Seal watching at Admirals Arch

The Admirals Arch is one of the most stunning sections of the national park only enhanced by the exuberant congregation of New Zealand seals that laze about this rugged spot. An incredible natural archway forms a framed vista out to the wild coastline where adorable, fuzzy seals frolic in Kangaroo Island sun!

Hike the epic Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail

Okay, this hike may only be for serious walkers, measuring in at a whopping 61 kilometres, but what awaits you is all the glory of Flinders Chase and Kangaroo Island as a whole on one thrilling adventure!

This inspiring, five-day feat is not for hiking newcomers, but for those who are aware of the trek and its wonder, it is surely at the top of the hiking to-do list. It allows you to see all the natural beauty and wildlife of this isolated part of the world, taking in the incredible Kangaroo Island coastline along the way…

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Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward
Managing Director at Sightseeing Tours Australia

Cameron Ward turned his travel passion into a thriving Australian tourism business. Before he co-founded his own business, Sightseeing Tours Australia, he was enjoying being a Melbourne tour guide. Even now, Cameron delights in helping visitors from all around the world get the most out of their incredible Australian trip. You’ll see Cameron leading tours or writing about his favourite Australian places where he shares his local insights.

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