View the final concept map for Remarkable Rocks
Perched above the sea in Flinders Chase National Park, the impressive Remarkable Rocks form what appear to be a cluster of precariously balanced granite boulders.
This stunning work of nature has been shaped by the erosive forces of wind, sea spray and rain over some 500 million years.
The 2020 bushfires destroyed the boardwalk, viewing platform, interpretive signage and other facilities at the site.
Rebuilding the infrastructure destroyed by the bushfires will provide a timely boost to the local economy and help Kangaroo Island’s nature-based tourism industry bounce back.
The 2021 stage of works at Remarkable Rocks includes construction of new and upgraded access paths, boardwalk, lookout platforms, amenities, parking areas and information shelter. The boardwalk will be rebuilt with updated materials that are non-slip and more durable for the harsh weather conditions.
A temporary path has been put in place to enable access to the rocks while the boardwalk is constructed.
Upcoming construction activity
Flinders Chase National Park
The surface of the main road through Flinders Chase was impacted by the 2020 bushfire and requires resealing. Roadwork will commence on 25 January 2021 and will be completed by March. There may be some delays when driving through the park, staff will be able to provide advice on entry.
The Department for Environment and Water acknowledges Aboriginal people as the First Peoples and Nations of the lands and waters we live and work upon and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect the deep spiritual connection and the relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to Country.
The Department works in partnership with the First Peoples of South Australia and supports their Nations to take a leading role in caring for their Country.