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Wisanger: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Emu Bay Lavender


Emu Bay Lavender is situated on the north coast of Kangaroo Island, 15 kilometres form Kingscote and just minutes from Emu Bay Beach.

Emu Bay Lavender was established in 2002, the farm showcases 15 cultivars of English Lavender and has 9000 established plants.

Along with the fragrant field of lavender, Emu Bay Lavender offers a variety of culinary, cosmetic and crafts items. Devonshire Teas with assorted homemade lavender jams, espresso coffee, lavender shortbread and homemade lavender ice cream are also on offer.

Relax and enjoy the sweet smell in our outdoor area while you sample the culinary delights.

Open seven days during South Australian School Holidays. Closed May to September during the dormant growing months.




75 HD Menzies,
Emu Bay Road
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 5.6K from Wisanger

Island Pure Sheep Dairy And Cheese Factory


Island Pure is a unique food experience that is truly Kangaroo Island.

South Australia's first Sheep Dairy and Cheese Factory are famous for premium artisan cheeses and yogurt. The new Dairy Door features the best island produce, espresso and snacks perfect for the free barbecues on the banks of the Cygnet River.

Immerse yourself in the history of handmade cheese making at Island Pure with interactive tours of the dairy from 12noon to 4pm. Watch the novel process of sheep milking from 2pm to 4pm. Group bookings can enjoy pre-booked guided tours with our experienced hosts- enquire direct for special rates. Tours include a short DVD highlighting our history, cheese making, tastings and viewing of the factory and dairy through large windows.

For the best island produce, coffee, tours and a unique food experience, visit Island Pure, centrally located on Gum Creek Road, Cygnet River.




127 Gum Creek Road
Cygnet River, SA, 5223

Located 8.7K from Wisanger

Sheps Studio Art Gallery


Sheps Studio Art Gallery is the working studio and gallery of artist, Neil Sheppard (alias Shep).

You will receive an enthusiastic welcome when you visit his art space - you may find him at the easel with the paint brush in his hand creating a new artwork.

Shep is a very versatile artist, experimenting with many styles and subjects. Impressionist landscapes, seascapes, contemporary birds, fish, abstracts, nostalgic old buildings and the Australian character are among his many subjects.

Located only eight kilometres out of Kingscote, after hours appointments are welcome. Please reconfirm opening hours during winter. The venue has wheelchair access and is family friendly with play mat, and blackboard for young children.




190A Bellmore Road,
off North Coast Road via
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 10.5K from Wisanger

Bay of Shoals Wines


Bay of Shoals Wines is located just north of Kingscote overlooking the Bay of Shoals and Reeves Point, site of the first settlement in South Australia. The first vines were planted on the hillsides in 1993, they are hand pruned and the grapes are hand picked. There are now 10 hectares of vines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Riesling, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. These premium grapes are grown in a true maritime climate, the wines reflecting this quality environment with intense varietal flavours.




Cordes Road
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 14.3K from Wisanger

Island Beehive


Visit Island Beehive to learn about Ligurian Bees. Kangaroo Island was declared a sanctuary for this docile bee in 1885 in order to protect the bee's purity.

See the production factory, take a guided tour, and enjoy free tastings of organic honey. Enjoy delicious scones in the cafe and visit the shop for bee products, beeswax candles, souvenirs, health products and local arts and crafts.

Island Beehive is a Tourist Centre on the outskirts of Kingscote, established by Peter Davis who is committed to the protection of the Ligurian Bee heritage. It has excellent facilities including conference, information technology and is wheelchair friendly throughout.

Island Beehive is very proud of its organic honey, which won "Best Organic Product" in the national, Audi sponsored, Vogue Entertainment plus Travel Awards announced in November 2005.

Guided tours operate every 30 minutes. Coach, group and after hours tours are available on request. Phone bookings are essential for group tours. Contact Island Beehive for current prices. Free admission to the information centre, shop and cafe.




59 Playford Highway
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 14.4K from Wisanger

Ferguson Australia Pty Ltd


Visit Ferguson Australia's live tanks, see live lobsters and king crabs, and learn about Kangaroo Island's seafood industry.

Bring your camera for a great photo opportunity and get your taste buds ready for lobster oil and condiments tastings. You will also have a chance to purchase the freshest local seafood produce available in our adjoining retail outlet. Tours can be organised for group-advanced bookings.

The store stocks the entire Ferguson Australia award winning gourmet lobster range, so why not make your holiday experience to be treasured.

Also available are Spencer Gulf prawns, King George whiting, scallops, seafood sauces, and so much more! Come and indulge in the ultimate Australian seafood experience on one of the most beautiful islands in the world.

Open during Lobster season November to Easter. Please call ahead to confirm times and book tours.




48 Kohinoor Road
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 14.9K from Wisanger

Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail


Discover the shipwrecks of the Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail on the beautiful Yorke Peninsula. The Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail is the stretch of water which lies between southern Yorke Peninsula and Kangaroo Island. Captain Matthew Flinders named it on 27 March 1802 in honour of his ship HMS Investigator.

Between 1849 and 1982, 26 vessels are known to have been wrecked in these waters, with the loss of more than 70 lives. Many of the wrecks are a haven for aquatic life and attract diving enthusiasts from around the world. Six land-based interpretive signs are located along the coastline to assist in the interpretation of the wrecks.

The shipwrecks along the trail were selected for various reasons: the strange and tragic circumstances surrounding their loss; their historical significance; or because they provide a fascinating underwater experience for beginners and advanced divers alike. A number of wrecks still await discovery.

The S.S. Clan Ranald forms part of this trail and is the only turret ship to have been lost in Australian waters. The extensive remains of the hull lying upside down provide an impressive sight to any visitor. It has been declared an historic shipwreck under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1976.





Southern Yorke Peninsula,
Edithburgh to Innes National Park
Edithburgh, SA, 5583

Located 15.1K from Wisanger

Kangaroo Island Gallery


The Kangaroo Island Gallery is the retail outlet for members of the Kangaroo Island Art Society which was established in 1988.

The centrally located gallery, with its diversity of beautiful artworks, is unique as all work is produced entirely by local artists.

You can view and purchase artwork in a variety of mediums including jewellery, ceramics, glasswork, photography, woodcraft, painting and sculpture.




1 Murray Street
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 15.9K from Wisanger

Kangaroo Island Shipwreck Trail


The Kangaroo Island Shipwreck Trail explores the history of the island from when Matthew Flinders became the first European to record it during his survey in the 'Investigator' in 1802. In 1803 French Captain Nicolas Baudin circumnavigated and charted the whole island.

From 1803 till 1836, Kangaroo Island was home for sealers, whalers and outcasts. Some of the men were notorious for their crimes and cruelties and one visitor described the island as the most vicious place in the British Empire at the time.

Since official settlement in 1836, more than 80 vessels, ranging from international sailing ships to coastal traders, have come to grief in the waters around Kangaroo Island. The stories behind many of these wrecks, such as the Loch Sloy, Loch Vennachar, Osmanli and You Yangs, are both dramatic and tragic. Many, such as the Portland Maru, offer fascinating and rewarding experiences for divers.

The trail consists of an introductory panel at both Kingscote and Penneshaw, and seven story panels at related sites around Kangaroo Island. Download the Kangaroo Island Shipwreck Trail brochure for more information on the 'self-drive trail which uses contemporary newspaper reports and personal records to recount the stories of seven Kangaroo Island shipwrecks.




Coastal region
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 15.9K from Wisanger

Fine Art Kangaroo Island


Fine Art Kangaroo Island showcases the art work of award winning, established and emerging artists in an exclusive blend of the best island inspired artwork.

Beautifully displayed in a well-appointed heritage building with public arts courtyard, the gallery offers a constantly changing collection. Deeply inspired by the island, works on display include painting, sculpture, art jewellery, limited edition prints and glass work.

Outstanding personal service is provided by the owners - established resident artists - who have an extensive knowledge of the artists, techniques and investment value. Meet resident jeweller Fred Peters at work on his studio bench.

An exciting exhibition program features individual and multiple artists year round and off site including at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide. Purchased artwork can be framed, unframed, and freighted anywhere in the world.

The sublime and natural landscapes of Kangaroo Island nurture creativity and the artistic soul, free from the distractions of an increasingly fast paced modern world.

Fine Art Kangaroo Island is an award winning artist operated gallery which presents a curated collection of the island's finest artworks combined with working jewellery studio and ephemeral arts courtyard.




91 Dauncey Street
Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 16.0K from Wisanger

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