Flinders Chase National Park
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Flinders Chase National Park
Wind and waves worked their magic here for 500 million years to create these intensely sculptural rocks. For great photos—and to avoid the crowds—hit this park at sunrise or sunset. But if that’s not possible, you can still capture stunning shots of the orange lichen and weathered curves of granite. The park has a wooden boardwalk that’s accessible to disabled visitors and leads to a platform overlooking Cape du Couedic Lighthouse and the lovely Casuarina Islets.
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