Seal Bay Conservation Park, SA
See native wildlife in the wild in the ecological haven of Kangaroo Island.
Kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, penguins, echidnas and bird life all call this island home. Walk amongst a colony of endangered Australian sea lions at Seal Bay. See sleepy koalas in the trees. Load up on fresh produce - from Ligurian honey to free range chickens and eggs - and wine produced by 30 growers from Cape Willoughby to Kingscote.
The Island is also home to breathtaking scenery. Rugged coastal cliffs, sheltered bays cupped between steep headlands, vast native bushland and rolling hills of farmland are just some of the breathtaking landscapes on offer.
Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch are two of Australia's most fascinating coastal landmarks. Swim on a secret beach at Stokes Bay, surf at Vivonne Bay and fish from 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 clifftop resorts, through to hotels and simple lodgings, there's something for everyone on 'KI'.