Kangaroo Island is Australia's third largest island, behind Tasmania and Melville Island. It is 155 kilometres in length and 90 kilometres in width, with a population of approximately 4,600 people.
Kangaroo Island produces some of the finest gourmet food and wine in South Australia, with unique local products such as King George Whiting, Sheep's Cheese, Marron and delicious Honey sourced from the only Liguarian Bees in South Australia.
It is a beautiful place for a holiday, especially for families and foodies, filled with magnificent attractions and abundant wildlife.
Seal Bay Conservation Park
Clifford's Honey Farm
Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park
Kelly Hill Caves
Plus much more!
Getting there... By Ferry The Kangaroo Island Sealink ferries are two luxury vessels that take 45 minutes to travel across Backstairs Passage from Cape Jervis (2 hour drive from Adelaide) to Penneshaw. There are frequent ferry departures each day, with additional services in peak season. By Air Kangaroo Island is also accessible by air. The flight is 30 minutes and operates between Adelaide Airport and Kangaroo Island Airport, which is located 14 kilometres from Kingscote.