Things To Do on Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island’s Seal Bay is home to an impressive colony of Australian sea lions who use the secluded sandy shores to rest and nurse their young. In this protected sanctuary, visitors are awarded an up-close-and-personal experience with the furry creatures on the beach if they opt for a guided tour... more »
To the east of the Flinders Chase National Park lies the Kelly Hill Conservation Park and Caves – a series of dry limestone caves offering an awe-inspiring experience for caving enthusiasts of every level. Even if you’ve never explored beneath the Earth’s surface before, a journey into the intricate subterranean... more »
Flanked by pounding surf at its front and hugged by the Flinders Chase National Park, the Cape Borda Lightstation is a scenic outpost in Kangaroo Island’s northwest corner. The area is steeped in maritime history; a testament to a time when travelling by sea was the norm.
The focal point of... more »
Holding rank as the second National Park in South Australia, Flinders Chase is a prime example of the natural beauty Kangaroo Island is famous for. Dominating the island’s west at around the size of Singapore, this vast expanse of breathtaking scenery is a visual feast for those keen to explore... more »
Unlike your run-of-the-mill zoos or animal parks, Paul’s Place Wildlife Sanctuary is home to rescued wildlife and domestic animals. At Paul’s Place you can cuddle a koala, handfeed cheeky lorikeets, pet a possum, bottle-feed a baby wallaby or get all wrapped up with a snake around your shoulders! Needless to... more »