Australia is hot in December. Very hot! Kangaroo Island’s cool sea breezes offer welcome relief from the unrelenting sun that hammers her deserted, talc beaches. But not every beach on this paradise island is uninhabited. One particular beach has become home to the third largest population of Australian Sea Lions.
The changing landscapes of the weather beaten southern coast of this 93 mile-long (150 km) island are extraordinary. The far south western tip of the island, where the craggy rocks at Admiral’s Arch reach down into a churning, sucking sea, is home to an isolated colony of New Zealand fur seals.
Round the western tip, follow the southern coastline and we are soon arrive at a wind carved rock formation, appropriately named the Remarkable rocks. Arranged on a bed of scoured granite, overlooking the sea, it would be easy to believe that these wind sculptures had fallen from outer-space.
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