Stokes Bay Beach
The rock pool at Stokes Bay
A lovely stretch of sand at Stokes Bay
Snelling Beach at Middle River is perfect for long walks and beachcombing. Cars are not allowed on the beach unless launching a boat, so it is a great place to layout your towel.
Snelling Beach taken from Constitution Hill. It is a deserted strip of sand where keen tanners can sunbake without being disturbed.
Snelling Beach from the Top of Constitution Hill
Beach at Western River Cove
The early afternoon view from the deck of our chalet
Kangaroos grazing on our doorstep
It was very nice to sit and watch the Kangaroos while having a beer after the day's sight seeing
Sunset after the first day
Kangaroos at dusk
Early morning looking over Stokes Bay. Taken from the chalet deck.
The view is something else and we enjoyed every minute of it.
Remarkable rocks are one of the best known icons of Kangaroo Island.
They are a collection of enormous eroded granite boulders sitting atop a giant dome of lava coughed up about 500 million years ago
The boulders were formed by the rain penetrating the upper layer of the rock, decomposing it into separate boulders.
The red colour of Remarkable Rocks comes from a tiny living plant, called lichen in contrast to the renowned Ayers Rock which also has a red colour but that comes from the natural colour of the granite which forms this world famous icon of Australia
There were lots of little hidden scenes between the rocks