Visit Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island may be just 15km from the mainland, but it is a world away in terms of seclusion and natural diversity. It is regularly recognised as Australia’s own Galapagos: arguably the best place to see the widest range of Australian native animals in their natural habitat. Seal Bay is home to a permanent colony of 500 rare Australian sea-lions, the sand hills and rock faces around Penneshaw and Kingscote are breeding grounds for Little Penguins, while pink pelicans, fur seals, wallabies, possums, echidnas, goannas, platypus, sea eagles and numerous bird species all abound. Kangaroo Island is also renowned for its diving, with more than 60 shipwrecks littering the rough coast.
Top itineraries in Kangaroo Island
Discover the amazing wildlife of Kangaroo Island – hailed as Australia’s Galapagos – and the award-winning wines of the Barossa and Clare Valleys.
Get up close and personal with wildlife, enjoy private views of Uluru, wander deserted beaches and indulge in exquisite food and wine with Luxury Lodges of Australia.
Marry one of the world’s greatest rail journeys with tropical Darwin, Adelaide’s heritage and the wildlife of Kangaroo Island.
Top places to stay in Kangaroo Island
Southern Ocean Lodge is Australia’s premier luxury lodge experience and is perfect for couples and wildlife lovers. An environmentally sensitive and sophisticated sanctuary, the lodge has an unmatched location with homely hospitality and an exceptional spa.
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