Perhaps the most magnificent natural setting in Oz. The granite dome slopes steeply down below the rocks into the ocean,where giant swells from the Antarctic ceaselessly scour its flanks. there are more boulders here,worn smooth and round by the sea. Way out to the horizon the white lines of reefs break the rolling blue of the water,and lines of cliffs as far as the eye can sea.
This is high-drama terrain and is unbelievably beautiful. Kangaroo Island has a lot to enchant and absorb your inner soul. You stroll down a well maintained pathway,through a natural garden of yellow daisies and purple pigface divided by irregular borders of limestone.. Down below. The two Casuarina Islets are deluged by spray from big seas which roar like a river in flood through a narrow channel and meet with a mighty clap of waves in the bay.
The path winds downwards,around the end of the point,along a sloping cliff line. Then, suddenly, the cliff vanishes; there appears a great gaping cavern,rimmed by ancient black stalactites like fangs of a yawning monster and framing a picture straight out of the Maelstrom.
Admirals Arch is huge,more than 20 m high and at least 30 m across,its floor a smooth,sloping shelf. Elsewhere the rock is all limestone,pitted and eroded by wind and tide,heaped in jumbled piles,as wild and violent as the sea.
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