Enjoyed the ferry ride, especially on way back when we had cheese, crackers and wine from the kiosk - real glasses and even had a little timber cheese board. On the jetty was a coffee van which made pretty good coffee. We took our own bikes so on the island we were able to see the Fossil and Painted Cliffs as well as Darlington. We accidentally went the "wrong way" to the Fossil Cliffs, heading there up a very steep hill from Darlington, instead of from the ferry jetty. The benefit of this though was a great view of the massive sea cliffs and the Bishop and Clerk. One thing I wished I could have spent more time in was the interpretive centre near the jetty. That was really good but I only had a quick look before getting on the return ferry. Saw a few wombats up close and personal including a baby one! One idea for national parks is to set up a kiosk on the island.