“This trail follows the ravine valley through sugar gum woodland and then out to the coast, offering extensive views of the sea and rocky headlands.”
If you’re up for a challenging walk compared to most of the day walks on offer on Kangaroo Island, then head out on the Ravine des Casoars trail. You’ll then wind your way along the rocky creek before emerging at a beautiful beach where you can spend an afternoon exploring the limestone caves. The Ravine des Casoars (valley of the Cassowaries) was named by French explorer Nicolas Baudin in 1803. He mistakenly identified the now extinct Kangaroo Island dwarf emus for cassowaries. The hike begins on the Ravine des Casoars Road, 7km south of the Playford Highway, near Cape Borda Lightstation.
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Ravine des Casoars Hike
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