Fun at Flinders Chase
30 December 2014
Looking for something different to do in the holidays? Why not visit Flinders Chase National Park where rangers are hosting fun and free summer activities for children and adults from 12‒16 January 2015.
You can observe the park’s native animals in the wild, delight in the many wonders of the natural world and immerse yourself in Kangaroo Island’s adventurous past.
There are four different activities on offer:• a seal of distinction—explore Admirals Arch and learn more about its inhabitants and geology• ranger ‘n kids—unlock the secrets of the bush through some fun activities and games• explore our heritage—learn about the park’s fascinating history on the heritage trail• twilight walk—an exciting evening adventure seeking out the residents that prefer the twilight hours.
Natureplay activity passports will be available. Park entrance fees must be paid but no other fees apply for these activities.
While you’re in the park take the opportunity to explore some of its other new and upgraded features, like the Rocky River hike, Platypus Waterholes walk or the Shackle Road self-drive tour.
Don’t forget your hat, water, sunscreen, walking shoes, camera and binoculars.
Please note, if a total fire ban is declared, activities may be cancelled.
Numbers are limited so book now at the Flinders Chase Visitor Centre.