- Kangaroo Island
Kingscote is the main supply point for Kangaroo Island with a full range
of services and shopping available.
There are 2 Hotels in the town, a supermarket, hairdressers, a camera
store complete with print lab, computer shop, wifi cafe, petrol & LP Gas are available &
there are several cafe's and restaurants, as well as a good bakery.
Fuel and light grocery items are available 7 days a week, the main shopping
is 5 1/2 days a week, with most shops shut on Sundays & Public Holidays.
The Kangaroo Island IT Shop in Kingscote provides full sales and service for all KI residents computers and related information technology gear. We support all versions of Windows + Mac.
We offer fast new computer systems, laptops & tablet pc, professional computer advice and repairs, plus a wide range of computer accessories, external hard drives, wireless modems, wireless routers and all related accessories.
The Kangaroo Island IT Shop in Kingscote provides all Kangaroo Island locals with a comprehensive range of computer services and repairs. We service and repair both PC and Apple Computers.
We have a fully equipped workshop with space for 3 computers to be in for service at any one time.
Note: We do make house calls when requested and call out & travel time fees apply.
Kingscote WiFi Internet Cafe - Kangaroo Island Public Internet Service
- Check your email, update your facebook
- Bring Your Computer or Tablet PC and use our WiFi
- Kindle compatible WiFi
- Purchase a block of time - login to our service 24 hours a day in the area adjacent to the shop
- Business Support Services - Send and Receive Faxes
- High Speed High Volume Print Services Available - Single & Double Sided mono printing
- Freshly Ground Real Bean Coffee
- Hot Chocolate is also available
- The Past
South Australian Company was established by an Act of Parliament in England.
Its charter was to establish the first colony of South Australia somewhere
along the arid coast between the Great Australian Bight and Port Phillip
By 1836 the company had acquired a fleet of ships and chose Kangaroo Island
to start South Australia’s first settled colony.
the 27 of July 12 1836 the barque Duke of York anchored in Nepean Bay
and began the first formal settlement in South Australia at the place
just north of Kingscote known as Reeves Point. Several other ships soon
joined the Duke of York. Passengers were “Capitalists” and
some carefully selected workers, many with families.
Challenged by a shortage of fresh water and building timber on Kangaroo
Island , the formal settlement was to last less than four years. At its
peak some 300 people lived there, in 42 dwellings with other other buildings
constructed as required. Some persistent individuals stayed on and formed
the basis of a community, which prided itself on a strong sense of independence.
Kingscote was previously known as Queenscliffe
Kangaroo Island - General Information