At the south-west tip of Kangaroo Island, a hole can be found at the bottom of a cliff. That hole is known as Admiralty Arch.
If you stand on the boardwalk that leads down the side of the cliff towards Admiralty Arch, you will see this.
Apart from the small islands which you can see in this photo, there is nothing until you hit Antarctica.
Admiralty Arch is the winter home to a colony of New Zealand Fur Seals. Here are two seals deeply engaged in conversation.
Further east along the south coast lives a colony of Australian Sea Lions.
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This guy was having a wonderful snooze.
As an added bonus, driving home after viewing the sea lions, we spotted this fellow's furry white bum as he was crossing the road. Koalas can be a bit tricky to spot in the wild, so this was a great treat. We eye-balled each other as I took his photo.