Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail: Day 4: Grassdale Section (13.3km)

Flinders Chase National Park

South Australia

13.3km

5 hrs

Grade 4

One way

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About the region


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  • Absolutely loved this section of the walk. Started with cliff top walking but soon changed to trails through beautiful bush land.

    I fancy myself a bit of a photographer and was slowed down by all the photo opportunities. The area is a haven for orchids, one of my favourite things to hunt and find, so the there were times when the pace got really slow, as I mooched around looking for these tiny flowers.

    The punt crossing was easy and a bit of fun and with a seat right next to the punt it was also a good place to stop for lunch. The side trip to Hanson Bay was short and well worth it, although we opted not to walk along the beach, instead just admired the view from the sand dunes.

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