Zeb and Eider Duck are still in Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. This park is at the west end of the island and the winds are still quite strong. The surf of the Southern Ocean dramatically crashes against the rugged cliffs.
We start down the boardwalk, heading for the New Zealand Fur Seals.
Looking down at the Southern Ocean, we are fascinated by the water crashing on the rocks.
As we descend, we see this New Zealand Fur Seal resting.
This is our tour guide while we are on Kangaroo Island.
He has been friendly and extremely informative. We stop to admire this New Zealand Fur Seal.
He is curled up and seems very relaxed here. Now we see Admirals Arch.
This arch gives us a different view of the ocean.
A very impressive rock formation. From Admirals Arch, we look at the Southern Ocean and relaxing New Zealand Fur Seals.
We, the Colorado Traveling Ducks, were on this walk, but it is very windy. This is one of the few times mom feels it is safe for us to pose for a photo.
We like seeing these fur seals.
Isn’t this one just adorable?
We think so! As we go back up the boardwalk, we keep turning around to admire the ocean.
Our tour of Kangaroo Island is almost over. We will miss these ocean views.
We hope you visit Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island. We had a great time on our tour, but we are not done yet. Next time we will show you a little more of this wonderful island..