Regions of Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island Information
Kangaroo Island Tourist Information
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Kangaroo Island Accommodation
Affordable accommodation on Kangaroo Island in a range of styles on a working farm.
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Acacia Apartments - Kingscote
Your Host is Deidre Morrison - 10 very well equipped comfortable one and two bedroom apartments. - Four and 1/2 Star self - contained apartments some equipped with spa baths & a large heated indoor swimming pool and spa.
Sealink operate 2 ferries to Kangaroo Island, The Spirit of Kangaroo Island and The Sealion 2000.
The ferries are comfortable and feature a forward lounge & well stocked snack bar for a coffee or a light snack.
Kangaroo Island is Australia's third largest island being 4500 square kilometres, with much of Kangaroo Island classified as national and conservation parks, the largest being the Flinders Chase National Park.
The spectacular coastline is made up of towering cliffs, beautiful sandy beaches, battered rocks and quiet secluded inlets. There are excellent diverse bush walking and fishing opportunities on Kangaroo Island.
Kangaroo Island incorporates typical farmland, remote national parks, bleak rocky cliffs, snug bays and sandy un spoilt beaches.
Kingscote is the largest town on the island situated on Nepean Bay. Here you can watch pelican feeding at 5pm in the afternoon at the jetty, and see fairy penguins come ashore at night.
At the other end of the island about 90 minutes by vehicle is the Flinders Chase National Park, where you may see kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, platypus and possums.
Seal Bay Conservation Park is a large sandy beach and dune area, where wild Australian sea lions rest after a day out at sea fishing. Here you can go on a guided tour onto the beach and see the Sea Lions in their natural beach habitat.
There are many beaches to swim at on Kangaroo Island, secluded rock pools to explore, deserted sandy beaches to walk along, limestone cliffs to clamber up, mountains to climb, rivers to explore and bays to fish in.
Sailing, snorkeling and fishing charters are just a few ways to enjoy the water.
There is a total of 18 conservation and national parks on Kangaroo Island, and entry fees apply to some of the national parks.
Island features mostly a mild temperate mild climate. The average summer
temperature is 25 deg C however, often cool southern sea breezes in the
evenings make it necessary for the use of some warmer clothes.
3 to 4 Days on Kangaroo Island or more is highly recommended if you want to see a good sample of what Kangaroo Island has on offer.
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