This is our ride to the skies
Just after take off
The Remarkable Rock from above
Cape du Couedic lighthouse. This is also where Admirals Arch is on the left of the photograph. The old access up the cliff can be seen on the right.
Looking along the coastline towards Cape Bedout at the top of the photograph
One of the hidden little beaches to which only the select few have access; need a boat or some serious hiking boots
Coming round Cape Bedout heading towards Vennachar Point
The dramatic cliffs along the coast are something to take with one forever
This was really a stunning part of the trip along the coast. Those cliffs are 500 feet high
Cape Borda can just be seen on the horison
The sea work changing the landscape wave by wave.
Snake Lagoon where the Rocky River enter the ocean
We have now turned and this is looking towards Vennachar Point again but from the north
The South Australian version of the 12 Apostles which can be found on the Victoria Coast
27 people drowned at West Bay in September 1905, when Loch Vennachar was wrecked
West Bay was probably also used succesfully by seafarers to shelter from the southern storms
Note the sea caves just right of center in the photograph
Breakneck River mouth.
The salt pan which you can see is almost a perfect cricle.
The Flinders Chase Park covers most of the western quarter of the island and very little of it is open to the public
The only stretch along this portion of the coast where we saw a reasonable sand dune.
Admirals arch and the Casuarina Islets (The Brothers)
Looking along the southern coast from Cape du Couedic with Cape Bouguer at Kelly Reserve on the horizon
Weirs Cove with the Lighthouse at Cape du Couedic in the center of the photograph
Remarkable Rocks on our return journey
Coming in to land. Looking out over Kangaroo Island towards the north
Take right and then drop down. That is what the manual says.
Not quite on the ground yet
Now turn right and head towards the hangar.
Nice and steady now
Level off - NOW!
Dave who was our pilot for the trip