Enjoy a taste of real Kangaroo Island hospitality at this 1920s historic homestead.
Relaxation | Wildlife
Kangaroo Island is often referred to as Australia’s ‘Galápagos’. This wildlife-rich environment is just off the coast and easily reached with a 25 minute flight from Adelaide. It can also be reached on a 45-minute ferry crossing from Cape Jervis on the mainland, Stranraer is a 1290-hectare property, which has been in the same family since 1911 and is located in the centre of Kangaroo Island. A car is a great way to explore. Alternatively, our preferred touring companies all use Stranraer Homestead as a base for their island touring programmes.
There are four beautifully furnished guest rooms providing an immaculate and peaceful place to stay. One room is en suite, whilst the others have adjacent, private bathrooms.
Lyn is a passionate cook and you’ll enjoy some excellent home-cooked meals at the homestead table, all using the local KI produce whenever possible and herbs and fruit from her own garden.
Stranraer is a working sheep station which offers a place of great peace and tranquillity. There are two large lagoons on the property which play host to an abundance of bird life including cape barren geese, musk duck and banded stilt. Many guests spend their days away from the homestead exploring the island, however, we definitely recommend that you take the time to explore the property with Graham for an interesting insight into local life
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