Kangaroo island - Experience Australia’s native wildlife in this unique and beautiful setting, known as "KI" to the locals
Our top adventure ideas:
Seal Bay Experience
Sandboarding dune adventure
Guided kayak tour
Cape Borda and Cape Willoughby lighthouse tour
Best time to visit Kangaroo Island
Depending on what you're interested in, winter (June-August) is a great time to view newborn wildlife, while the warmer months offer the opportunity to enjoy more beach activities
Our price guide:
5 days, including a night in Adelaide, transfers on and off the island, accommodation, car hire and all activities mentioned above:
Adult: $1745 (twinshare) Child (0-12): $705
Kangaroo island - the natural environment
Kangaroo Island is surprisingly diverse surrounded by stretches of rugged coastline, towering cliffs, unique rock formations and amazing white sandy beaches. With over a third of the island protected in nature reserves, it is home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species including penguins... And of course is a haven for kangaroos.
Kangaroo Island adventure
Kangaroo Island has so much to offer for nature lovers. Take one of the countless bushwalking trails, hit the seas on a guided kayak trip or indulge in some of the amazing local produce! The accommodation in the area is also some of the best in Australia, you just wait beat waking up to amazing views across the Southern Ocean. We recommend:
- Seal Bay Experience and boardwalk access
- Raptor domain interactive bird show
- Kelly Hill Caves tour
- Sandboard hire
- Guided kayak tour
- Cape Borda and Cape Willoughby lighthouse tour
- Flinders Chase National Park has some seriously beautiful walks!
How to get to Kangaroo Island
Fly to Adelaide airport. Self drive from Adelaide to Cape Jervis (1h40min). Catch the ferry over to Kangaroo Island (approx. 45 min) then take the scenic drive to your Hanson Bay accommodation.