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Had to hunt for the track and not really suitable for senior visitors as a little adventurous to get up and via the tunnels. Confirm the tides before you go as not accessible during high tide. Cove was great with the range of rocks and...More
After reading many reviews about finding the hidden beach, we included Stokes Bay into our itinery and I was really glad we did. We walked through the rock tunnel (a few mins' walk) and a picturesque beach came into sight. Unspoiled, spectacular waves, clear blue...More
This is another of natures wonders. Arriving at the car park and seeing a pebble beach isn't the most exciting of sights. The mystery is the "secret" tunnel which leads to Stokes Beach. It can only be accessed when the tide is right otherwise you...More
Great to visit the north side of Kangaroo Island. The countryside is very picturesque and well worth the drive to get there. We had planned to have lunch at the Stokes Bay Cafe but unfortunately upon arrival found it was boarded up and closed for...More
This was the only beach that we found crowded in January. Nowhere to park - lots of caravans etc. The grandkids loved the walk under the rocks to get there but the idyllic beach was crowded and there were lots of rocks in the rockpool...More
Stokes beach was a great fun adventure. You get to it through a narrow tunnel laboriously hand carved though the headland. There's a cafe and toilets at the car park. It is a lovely place to spend a day.