Cape du Couedic Tours
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Lighthouses hold a romantic allure that regular buildings can’t muster, and the blinking light on the cliffs of Cape du Couedic is about as romantic as lighthouses come. Squired away on the southwestern cape of rugged Kangaroo Island, this light was commissioned after two passing ships met their ultimate doom on the rocks.
When visiting the windswept Cape du Couedic, you’re likely to be sharing the wave-battered rocks with colonies of wriggling fur seals. The Cape is part of the Flinders Chase National Park that occupies the western tip of the island, where shipwrecks, seals, and the sound of silence form the coastlines history and future. It’s only a short drive to Admiral Arch and the rock formations along the coast, and oceanfront boardwalks invite a relaxing stroll along the cliffs of the salt-battered coast.
Cape du Couedic is located 60 miles southwest of Kingscote and is part of Flinders Chase National Park. The park charges an entry fee of $10/adult and features campgrounds and basic lodging. While the park is open 24 hours, most visitors are requested to visit only during daylight hours.
Address: Cape du Couedic, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia
Hours: Open 24 hours, but it is requested that visitors only stay during daylight hours
Admission: $10 for adults
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What are Cape du Couedic hours of operation?
Cape du Couedic hours of operation: Open 24 hours, but it is requested that visitors only stay during daylight hours. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.