Kangaroo Island is seven times the size of Singapore,
literally crawling with wildlife.
Half the native bushland on Kangaroo Island remains just as it was when
British navigator Matthew Flinders put a name to this
untamed wilderness in 1802. And more than one-third of
the Island is National or Conservation Park.
Must see and do:
Flinders National Park, KI Caving, Seal Bay Conservation
Park, See the Light (house), Clifford's Honey Farm,
Little Sahara and Vivionne Bay.
Take your tastebuds on tour through Kangaroo Island's
growing range of gourmet produce - from award-winning
sheep milk cheeses at the Island Pure Sheep Dairy to
pure Ligurian honey and olive oil. Taste the boutique
wines of this young wine region at the Sunset Winery
Cellar Door and Dudley Wines Cellar Door, before tucking
into the finest local produce at one of many great
restaurants and cafes.
With a wealth of history to discover, unique art
galleries to browse, incredible pristine beaches to
explore, yearly events such as the motor fest and
carnival there is never a dull moment on Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island Accommodation includes holiday seaside
homes, bushland cottages, luxury lodgings and self
contained holiday accommodation. Transport and Services
are available. [Kangaroo