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Can't wait to check out the deals we have for Kangaroo Island tours then click through to start exploring. All tours are available to book online right now. Read up on the amazing things to do around Kangaroo Island, from adventure tours, to wine tours, camping and more, Kangaroo Island is just a stone's throw away from Adelaide but a totally new world. One of Australia's true natural gems, packed with history, culture and unique wildlife, we challenge you not be amazed by this stunning Island.
KANGAROO ISLAND DEAL OF THE MONTH
Find your feet on the Island with an organised tour such as Kangaroo Island Adventure Tours’ 2 day tour Wilderness Explorer Tour departing from Adelaide for just $449 per person (with dorm option only.) This tour includes everything from wildlife, to meals, entry fees to attractions and accommodation.
The list of reasons to visit Kangaroo Island are seemingly endless and if you are planning on heading to South Australia, then you’ll be pleased to know that this exotically named island is just a stone’s throw from Adelaide (the gateway to Australia’s premier wine region – so, yes another reason not to miss SA off your itinerary!). Even better, we’ve found this great Kangaroo Island Tour Deal for you with KI's premium operator, Kangaroo Island Adventure Tours.
Kangaroo Island Self Drive Tours from $156 per person
Getting to Kangaroo Island
Taking the ferry over to Kangaroo Island, you’ll immediately be confronted by the natural beauty of the place. Endless stretches of beach, craggy dramatic rocks, rolling green hills and dense bushland all just waiting to be explored…
If time is of the essence whilst you’re visiting Kangaroo Island, then one of the best ways to see the best of this 4,405 km² island is on a small group tour. This way you won’t miss out on any of the major attractions on the island, and will also have the option to meet some like-minded fellow travellers which is great if you’re travelling solo.
Discover The Ultimate Things to do on Kangaroo Island
When visiting Kangaroo Island there are a few locations that you absolutely have to tick of your itinerary with our bucket list including The Remarkable Rocks, Seal Bay, Admirals Arch and Little Sahara.
The Remarkable Rocks are where you will find a cluster of enormous boulders that owe their “remarkable” appearance to 500 million years of rain and wind sculpting them into the impressive formations you see today in the Flinders Chase National Park.
Admirals Arch is another impressive rock formation that has also been formed from natural erosion over the course of several thousands of years to create a distinctive rock bridge. It’s from here that you can also get a glimpse of the New Zealand Long-Nosed Fur Seal colony that have made their home here on the rocks below the arch.
Visit South Australia
What with the east coast offering the bright lights of cities such as Melbourne and Sydney, as well as the Great Barrier Reef and incredible rainforests, it can be easy to overlook South Australia when planning your trip. At BBM we think this needs to change! From stunning scenery to incredible food and much more, this state definitely deserves a visit.
After your trip to Kangaroo island, make sure to check out everything South Australia has to offer.
Wining & Dining On Kangaroo Island
South Australia is famous for its incredible cuisine, but for something a little extra special, hop on over to Kangaroo Island for a culinary expedition.
With Kangaroo Island being one of the premier food and drink exporters in the entire country foodies are well at home when it comes to the local produce.
A pristine island, complete with fertile land, crystal clear waters and no pollution means the produce grown here is of the highest quality. From fresh crayfish, snapper and whiting, to sweet honey and smooth wines, food and drink is an exceptional experience to be had on Kangaroo Island.
Book Kangaroo Island Tours from $449 pp
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