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Australia’s third largest island, Kangaroo Island boasts a wild and beautiful landscape, a wealth of plants and animals and, as the name suggests, its fair share of kangaroos. A fantastic destination for anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and experience Australia’s wilder side, Kangaroo Island offers great opportunities for hiking, bird watching and getting close to nature. Go whale and dolphin watching, visit the beautiful protected areas that dot the island or explore the restaurants and bars in the island’s settlements to sample some mouth-watering local cuisine.
Kingscote – The first colonial settlement in South Australia, Kingscote is Kangaroo Island’s largest town. Visit Kingscote’s historic buildings which include the Reeves Point Settlement site, the Old Government Quarry and Barrett’s Store. You can also see the colony of little penguins that live on the town’s shores.
South Coast – Home to many of Kangaroo Island’s most famous attractions, South Coast is a must see during your stay. Visit Seal Bay, a beautiful stretch of sand that’s home to Australia’s most accessible sea lion colony.
Flinders Chase National Park – One of South Australia’s top national parks, Flinders Chase occupies a large chunk of western Kangaroo Island. Visit the famous Remarkable Rocks, Admiral’s Arch or the heritage listed lightkeepers cottage. There is also an excellent choice of walking routes that take visitors through some of the most beautiful parts of Flinders Chase.
North Coast – The North Coast of Kangaroo Island is very different to the South Coast. You’ll find a choice of sheltered swimming spots, rugged terrain and a largely deserted landscape. Visit the white sands of the expansive Emu Bay to see one of the best beaches on the island.
Thanks to its diverse landscape and rich history, Kangaroo Island boasts a number of sights to explore. Visit the unique Remarkable Rocks and Admiral’s Arch on the island’s South Coast, see under the skin of Kangaroo Island with a trip to the Kelly Hill Caves or get up close and personal with the island’s wild inhabitants with a visit to the sea lions of Seal Bay. Kangaroo Island also has a variety of manmade sights to see, including a number of historic lighthouses that have warned ships off of the dangerous coast for over a hundred years. One of the most famous of these is the Cape Willoughby Lighthouse, the first to be erected in South Australia.
Kangaroo Island is packed full of things to do. Go hiking across its pristine landscape, take a boat tour out into the waters to see the dolphins and whales that flock to the area or visit one of the island’s numerous wildlife sanctuaries and conservations areas to get an idea of the region’s animal life. Surfing, snorkelling, pelican feeding, penguin watching and wine tasting are all available on the island, ensuring there’s something to keep you busy no matter what your interests.