Kangaroo Island more than earns its ranking as Australia’s fourth major tourism icon. You simply can’t beat its wildlife and wilderness. Being in South Australia, the wine is pretty good too. Kangaroo Island (KI to the locals) is a short flight from Adelaide or a ferry ride from Cape Jervis. There’s so much to do on this island. Explore untouched bushland, fish on pristine beaches, see the wildlife, and go on an eco tour or charter. Kangaroo Island is rich in history. In 1802, British explorer, Matthew Flinders landed near Kangaroo Head on Dudley Peninsula. French explorer, Nicolas Baudin, followed
The Parndana Golf Course is within easy walking distance of the Parndana Township. It is an 18 hole course with tree lined fairways and sand scrapes. The course itself is on land, which is slightly undulating, and a challenging feature of play is that many of the holes cross small creeks, which have running water in the wintertime. The course, which was established in 1981, is typical of many country courses where the members carry out the maintenance. Competition golf is played in the wintertime from March to October and visitors are always welcome. Competition days are on Sunday for
Sea Dragon Tours offer private luxury four wheel drive Kangaroo Island tours where your personal guide will tailor make an itinerary to suit your particular interests to ensure you get to enjoy the best the island has to offer. With their help you decide which places you want to visit and how long you wish to stay. The tours are exclusively for guests staying at Sea Dragon Lodge, which means you get to enjoy the island's treasures in relaxed comfort and privacy. The experienced guides provide a fully interpretive, informative and entertaining touring experience. The personalised tours include absolutely everything
Kangaroo Island Ocean Safari (KIOS) is a family run tour company operating from the Christmas Cove Marina on the edge of Penneshaw on beautiful Kangaroo Island. KIOS takes you on an awesome 75 minute coastal and wildlife tour visiting places like Dolphin Cove, Kangaroo Head and Snapper Point. Travel in their seven and a half metre Gemini Waverider that carries up to 12 passengers Along the way you can encounter pods of Bottle Nose and Common dolphins, often with their baby calves swimming up beside the boat. Colonies of New Zealand fur seals and Australian sea lions inhabit the coast.
For a truly unique experience, book a highly informative and interactive tour of Will's Rare Breeds Farm. On the tour you will get some insight into the work we are doing to save the many rare breeds of farm animals we have from extinction. Kangaroo Island Baudin Pigs (unique to Kangaroo Island), Black Headed Persian sheep (from Somalia), Nadudana (miniature size cattle from Sri Lanka), Phoenix Fowl (long-tail fowl from Japan) are just a few examples of the many ancient and fascinating breeds you can see, touch and learn about during a tour. Even if you have a farming, veterinarian
At Cruising Kangaroo Island we look forward to providing you with an experience to be remembered. Our kayak tours focus on the beauty and abundant wildlife of our stunning island. Cruising Kangaroo Island Kayak Tours utilise very safe, stable and unsinkable kayaks. Our activities operate in sheltered waters making this a holiday experience everyone can enjoy. All kayaking equipment is supplied including life jackets. We specialise in small groups of less than six, with double and single kayaks available. Due to the design of our kayaks and the waters we paddle, you will often only get your feet wet. Being