Kangaroo Island Australia is South Australia’s premier nature-based tourism destination. A Kangaroo Island tour from Adelaide begins early morning when you take a scenic coach journey to Cape Jervis taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views and rolling hills. On arrival, you will board the Kangaroo Island ferry for the 45 minute crossing to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island.
Your Kangaroo Island tour includes a visit to Seal Bay Conservation Park where you’ll get up close to nature as the wild Australian Sea-lions play and relax on the beach. You’ll also enjoy a 2-course lunch at Vivonne Bay Bistro, situated in a beautiful Australian bushland setting followed by a visit to the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, where you’ll walk among eucalyptus trees looking for koalas lazing about in the trees.
Spend the afternoon of your day tour to Kangaroo Island at Flinders Chase National Park, which is renowned as a sanctuary for native Australian animals including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas and echidnas. During your visit to Kangaroo Island, you will also explore the rugged coastline’s Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. Remarkable Rocks provide great photographic opportunities and stunning sea views, and the Admirals Arch boardwalk takes you down a rugged cliff face to reveal this spectacular rock archway, a natural nursery and safe haven for playful New Zealand fur seals that can be seen resting, swimming and playing in the waves or on the rocks.
Tour Guideline Price:
AUD $283 / GBP £164
Approximately 16 hours
Please note: All optional excursion descriptions represent a typical itinerary and will not necessarily operate exactly as outlined. Distant Journeys reserves the right to change the local operators at short notice if deemed necessary and appropriate.
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