The Flinders Chase National Park is a group of protected areas, located
at the western end of Kangaroo Island, 213 kms
southwest of Adelaide, South Australia. It is a sanctuary for endangered
species and home to a few geological phenomena.
(L) The entrance sign board to the Flinders Chase National Park.
(R) A road sign warning a kangaroo is crossing.
(L) A pair of Cape Barren Geese$B!J(B Goose ) take a walk on the road in the
Flinders Chase National Park.
(R) A Wallaby and many other wild animals are living in the Park.
Many New Zealand Fur Seals lying on the beach rock at the Admiral Arch,
(L) A group of Australian Pelicans at the beach of Emu Bay, Kangaroo Island.
(R) Many Australian sea lions are taking a nap at a sandy beach of the
Seal Bay Conservation Park.
Vivonne Bay, the most primitive beach out of 1000 beaches in Australia.
When Sydney University evaluated 10,000 beaches across Australia, Kangaroo
Island's Vivonne Bay came out
on top. * The university did rating them on things like clarity of water,
privacy and cleanliness.
Restriction of cigarette sale in the Kangaroo Island
A notice of that as the result the government restricts the store which
can sell a tobacco product,
the 'Checkouts' stopped selling a cigarette at their store.
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The article was written and photographs were taken by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto,
in May 2007.