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Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is one of Australia’s great natural wonders. It is often referred to as the ‘zoo without fences’ where you can see Australian animals in their natural habitat. See a colony of sea lions basking in the sun at Seal Bay, playful fur seals at Cape du Couedic in Flinders National Park and spot little penguins at dusk from Kingscote or Penneshaw.

Its spectacular coastline provides stunning scenery, excellent swimming and surfing beaches and rugged cliffs. Walk amongst amazing rock formations, Remarkable Rocks, huge weathersculpted granite boulders. With over 480 kilometres of coastline, you can stretch out in your very own secret spot.

The island has a growing reputation as a food and wine region. Dine on fresh seafood, taste the locally produced wines, hand made cheeses, honey and delicious yoghurt from a sheep dairy farm.

Accessible by Cape Jervis or by plane from Adelaide, you can visit for a day or stay on the island to thoroughly explore its natural beauty.

Aurora Ozone Hotel - Kingscote

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From: A$219

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Charlie Bates Cottage - Penneshaw

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From: A$164

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Ficifolia Lodge - Parndana

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From: A$160

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Kangaroo Island Seafront - Penneshaw

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From: A$172

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Kangaroo Island Wilderness Retreat - Kangaroo Island

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From: A$187

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Koopalanda Dreaming - Vivonne Bay

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From: A$211

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Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge - Kangaroo Island

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From: A$207

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Rowsell House - Kingscote

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From: A$138

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Sea Dragon Lodge - Penneshaw

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From: A$311

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Talinga On The Bay - Kangaroo Island

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From: A$133

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Wallaby Bobs - Kangaroo Island

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From: A$212

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Watching Sea Lions (SATC)


Kangaroo Island: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Parndana Golf Club


The Parndana Golf Course is within easy walking distance of the Parndana Township. It is an 18 hole course with tree lined fairways and sand scrapes. The course itself is on land, which is slightly undulating, and a challenging feature of play is that many of the holes cross small creeks, which have running water in the wintertime.

The course, which was established in 1981, is typical of many country courses where the members carry out the maintenance. Competition golf is played in the wintertime from March to October and visitors are always welcome. Competition days are on Sunday for men, hit off 12pm and ladies play on Tuesday, hit off 9.30am there is ample room on the course for people who simply wish to have a hit on those days.

The course is 5,199 metres, par 70 and has an Australian course rating of 65.
Green fees on application.




Playford Highway
Parndana, SA, 5220

Located 4.1K from Kangaroo Island

Monument To Soldier Settlement Scheme


The Monument to Soldier Settlement is situated at the Parndana Soldier Settlement Museum, located in the R.S.L. (Returned Servicemen's League) at Parndana.

The Sir Cecil Hinks plough is a symbol of the land clearing that took place in late 1940 and early 1950 on Kangaroo Island. Sir Cecil Hinks was Minister of Lands during the major period of operations.

All that remains of the camp is the gantry that was used to unload the trucks and all the equipment as it arrived and some concrete blocks where the workshops were.

The former Kangaroo Island Research Centre is now home to forestry operations on Kangaroo Island and houses a pine log milling plant. Housing is privately owned. The former administration building has been converted into Timber Creek Lodge tourist accommodation.




Timber Creek Road via Playford Highway
Parndana, SA, 5220

Located 11.2K from Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island: Events

Cellar Door Pop-Up


The Islander Estate Vineyards would like to invite you to come along to our annual Cellar Door Pop-Up located at our rustic winery established by French winemaker Jacques Lurton, along Bark Hut Road, Kangaroo Island.

Set in our winery amongst our unique cement fermentation tanks you will enjoy a large variety of wines produced at the vineyard accompanied by a tapas style menu by local chef Sue Pearson.

Open Tuesday to Sunday, 12 - 5pm until the 29th of January 2017, no need to make a booking for less than 10 people.


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639 Bark Hut Road
Cassini, SA, 5223

Located 13.2K from Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island Sufferfest Triathlon Festival


Australia's newest iron distance race is coming to Kangaroo Island, Australia in November 2017. This will be one of the most scenic and fastest races in the world, located at Australia's 3rd largest island off of the coast in South Australia.

Kangaroo Island lies off the mainland of South Australia, Southwest of Adelaide. Over a third of the island is protected in nature reserves, home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species. In the west, Flinders Chase National Park is known for penguin colonies and striking coastal rock formations, like the sculpted remarkable rocks and the stalactite-covered Admirals Arch.


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2017
      24th Nov
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Kingscote, SA, 5223

Located 16.3K from Kangaroo Island

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