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Keywords:
rock
boulder
stone
formation
outcrop
granite
weathering
erosion
geology
Remarkable Rocks
Cape du Couedic
Flinders Chase
Kangaroo Island
South Australia
Australia
The aptly named Remarkable Rocks, which are perched on an outcrop near Cape du Couedic on the south-western tip of South Australia's Kangaroo Island, were created when a granite dome was exposed to fracturing and weathering over 200 million years ago.

The aptly named Remarkable Rocks, which are perched on an outcrop near Cape du Couedic on the south-western tip of South Australia's Kangaroo Island, were created when a granite dome was exposed to fracturing and weathering over 200 million years ago.

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