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Cape Borda Lightstation, Cape Borda, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Cape Borda Lightstation - Flinders Chase National Park

Playford Highway, Cape Borda, South Australia, 5223
9002098 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 4465
Fax Number: 61 08 8559 3298

Cape Borda Lightstation is testament to a bygone era of travelling the open seas by sail, and is a monument to isolation and hardship. The precinct is steeped in European history and consists of an unusual square lighthouse built in 1858, several historic Lighthouse Keepers cottages and a museum. Visitors can learn more about the island's fascinating maritime heritage on a guided tour (fee applies). For a blast, don't miss the 12.30pm tour for the daily firing of the cannon at 1pm, which was once used so that ships could set their clocks and as a warning signal to ships, venturing too close to the shore in fog. Other highlights include the museum where you can read the diaries of early Lighthouse Keepers. The nearby Lighthouse Keeper's Cemetery at Harvey's Return also offers a sobering insight into the hardships faced by early Lighthouse Keepers and their families. Facilities include picnic areas with sheltered gas barbecues and there are a number of walks available nearby, including the Cliff Top Hike. To really experience the spectacular beauty and tranquillity of Cape Borda, why not stay overnight in a charming self-contained Lighthouse Keeper's cottage. Nearby Harvey's Return has a campground (camping fees apply).


Admirals Arch

Flinders Chase National Park, Cape du Couedic Road, Flinders Chase, South Australia, 5223
9002080 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 4450
Fax Number: 61 08 8559 7364

Witness the amazing forces of nature at Admirals Arch, located at Cape du Couedic in Flinders Chase National Park. A viewing platform and boardwalk around a cliff face leads visitors to this spectacular natural rock arch known as Admiral's Arch, sculpted by weathering and erosion from the sea over thousands of years. Observe a colony of New Zealand fur-seals on the rock platforms around Admirals Arch from the viewing platforms and boardwalk. These dark brown seals feed at sea but return to land to rest and breed. Breeding occurs in summer when males establish territorial areas encompassing a number of females. Fur-seal pups can often be seen playing near the rock pools beneath the arch. Admirals Arch can be easily reached from the boardwalk at Cape du Couedic. Lighthouse heritage accommodation is available nearby.

Cliffords Honey Farm, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Clifford's Honey Farm

Elsegood Road, Macgillivray, South Australia, 5223
9108988 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 8295
Fax Number: 61 08 8553 8224

Go to Cliffords Honey Farm on Kangaroo Island for a new tasting experience. The lack of large-scale development on Kangaroo Island has meant that small industry has flourished. Kangaroo Island's apiarists harvest honey from the pure strain Ligurian bees. Discover the unique Ligurian bee at Cliffords Honey Farm. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the honey room and learn about bee communication and social organisation, the process of honey production, collection, extraction techniques and bee by-products. You can taste several flavours of pure Ligurian honey or, better still, try Jenny's famous honey ice-cream.

Investigator Trail, Prospect Hill, Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

The Investigator Trail

Hog Bay Road, Prospect Hill, Penneshaw, South Australia, 5222
9003687 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 1185
Fax Number: 61 08 8553 1255

Prospect Hill is one of the most stopped by spots on Kangaroo Island. The road from the ferry terminal at Penneshaw goes right by and so just about every visitor to the island passes it. Explorer Matthew Flinders rowed to the end of Pelican Lagoon, a few hundred metres away, in 1802 and then tramped up the hill. The Investigator Trail more or less follows his steps. Park at the small parking area by the road at Pelican Lagoon and walk the trail to Prospect Hill. The lookout there offers glorious views across the narrowest part of the island. Signs explain the flora, fauna, geology and history of the area. The walk back to your car takes only a few minutes.

Chapman River Wines, Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Chapman River Cellar Door

73 Allen Lashmar Rd, Antechamber Bay via, Penneshaw, South Australia, 5222
9184363 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 1371

Set in a former aircraft hanger Chapman River Cellar Door is just behind the dunes at Antechamber Bay and next to the airstrip (fly-ins welcome). The four acres of vines just up the hill deliver enough grapes to make the small and interesting range of Chapman River 'Happiness' wine. Enjoy free tastings and sales by the glass, bottle and box. Our current range includes 2011 Chardonnay, 2011 Merlot, 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon , 2004 Cab Sauv/Shiraz/Merlot Blend and for the sweet tooth's an 2009 Viognier. Open from 11am to 4.30pm Thursdays to Mondays we offer our highly renowned lunch platters using local produce such as South Rock lamb, Island Pure cheeses and yoghurt, KI Fresh salads, Modras eggs, locally grown vegetables and herbs and in-house chutneys, dips and biscuits. Try our home made lemon curd cheesecake, chocolate fudge cake,and coconut custard tarts, all served with fresh cream. To finish there's espresso coffee, your choice of teas and hot chocolate. See and enjoy current works in the Gallery by Diana Keir and friends, muse the bookshelves and make us an offer! And for the kids there's the playground whilst you enjoy a glass of 'Happiness'!

Kingscote Golf Club, Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Kingscote Golf Club

Burden Drive, Kingscote, South Australia, 5223
9001958 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 2520
Fax Number: 61 08 8553 2228

Kingscote Golf Club Incorporated is a 5,576 metre, 18-hole course. The course is a flat lie with couch-covered fairways that are watered in summer to keep the course playable all year round. Our greens are sand greens, which consist of black slag, which is raked to provide a smooth putting surface, which has special rules that are applicable. There are winter and summer competitions. Our course is one of the best sand green courses in South Australia and we enjoy many visitors from mainland Australia and overseas. Everybody is welcome.

False Cape Wines,  Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

False Cape Wines

Kangaroo Island Seafront Resort, 49 North Terrace, Penneshaw, South Australia, 5222
9127915 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 1028

The False Cape vineyard was established in 1999 by the Follett family of Langhorne Creek, who have had a long association with Kangaroo Island. The Follett’s began grape growing in Langhorne Creek in the 1880’s and more recently established the award winning Lake Breeze winery. They have embarked upon a journey to produce some of the best quality and value wines on the island. The False Cape vineyard is located four kilometres inland from the rugged south coast between Penneshaw and Cape Willoughby and was selected specifically for its terra rossa soil and cool maritime conditions. The wines produced here exhibit excellent varietal characters and intense colour, and with carefully cellaring will age well. The False Cape range of wines, including our gold medal winning Sauvignon Blanc and trophy winning Cabernet, are available for tasting at Sorrento’s Restaurant at the Kangaroo Island Seafront Resort, overlooking the ocean at Penneshaw.

Stokes Bay Bush Garden, Stokes Bay, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Stokes Bay Bush Garden

Stokes Bay Road, Stokes Bay, South Australia, 5223
9003666 Phone Number: 61 08 8559 2244
Fax Number: 61 08 8559 2244

Stokes Bay Bush Garden offers an easy look at a unique collection of Kangaroo Island and Australian plants in a three-hectare setting. Just four kilometres from Stokes Bay on the Stokes Bay Road, the garden offers over 150 Kangaroo Island species, 16 endemic plants, over 1,100 named plants, over 75 different Banksias, more than 45 different Dryandras, over 145 types of Grevilleas and many seasonal native Orchids. Flowers, seeds and timber crafts are available for sale. As seen on ABC Gardening Australia. Closed during June and July unless by appointment. Normal opening times may be extended by prior arrangement.

Bay of Shoals Wines, Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Bay of Shoals Wines

Cordes Road, Kingscote, South Australia, 5223
9085699 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 0289
Fax Number: 61 08 8553 2081

Bay of Shoals Wines is located just north of Kingscote overlooking the Bay of Shoals and Reeves Point, site of the first settlement in South Australia. The first vines were planted on the hillsides in 1993, they are hand pruned and the grapes are hand picked. There are now 10 hectares of vines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Riesling, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. These premium grapes are grown in a true maritime climate, the wines reflecting this quality environment with intense varietal flavours.

Island Intrigue, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Island Intrigue, Kangaroo Island Self Drive Audio Guide

Howard Drive, Penneshaw, South Australia, 5222

Island Intrigue is an audio tour of Kangaroo Island for the self-drive tourist that will show you Kangaroo Island in a way that only a local can. With Island Intrigue you are free to go where you want , do what you want and when, while learning about the best that Kangaroo Island has to offer. Find all the wildlife, hear about their life in the bush, learn about Kangaroo Island’s cultural history and be entertained with some interesting stories. Extensively researched, written and narrated by a fifth generation islander, it's like having your own local guide in the car with you. The English speaking audio tour is available to purchase as a CD pack from the Kangaroo Island Gateway Information Centre at Penneshaw, or download the guide from the Island Intrigue website and put onto your iPod, iPhone, Walkman or chosen player.