Seal Bay Conservation Park, SA
Kangaroo Island and Kangaroos
Kangaroo Island, Australia’s third largest island, is an ecological wonder filled with open landscapes, up-close encounters with native animals, and gourmet food sourced from local producers.
You can spend days exploring tracts of accessible wilderness in areas well maintained by National Parks South Australia. Watch dozens of kangaroos bounding across grasslands, and spot sea lions and fur seals playing on the beaches.
Marvel at impressive natural features like Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch in Flinders Chase National Park, or simply take a quiet moment to be alone with nature. Venture further afield and explore the island’s diverse coastline, ranging from white, sandy beaches to sheer, rugged cliffs and secluded bays.
When you’re feeling hungry, you can sample a range of local produce, from fresh marron (a local crayfish), to handmade cheeses and natural, Ligurian honey.
Swim on a secret beach at Stokes Bay, surf at Vivonne Bay and fish on Emu Bay. Tour the underground caves at Kelly Hill Conservation Park and immerse yourself in the wilderness of Flinders Chase National Park.
With accommodation ranging from five-star cliff-top resorts, through to hotels and simple lodgings, there’s something for everyone on KI.