Summer Holidays on Kangaroo Island

Summer Holidays on Kangaroo Island, kangaroo island tours

Experience a scenic getaway on Kangaroo Island

One of Australia’s most pristine and breathtaking islands, Kangaroo Island is the aptly named escape just minutes from the mainland, yet feels a million miles away. Providing inland adventure one side and a clear, blue ocean on the other, you won’t want to miss a second of the experiences on offer, so take a trip with Kangaroo Island Adventure Tours and get to know this beautiful little isle inside and out.

The spectacular coastline of Kangaroo Island is the perfect place to be this time of year and a vast array of activities are offered on Kangaroo Island Tour Deals. From surfing at Vivonne Bay, to fishing at Emu Bay and swimming in the enchanting waters of the secret beach at Stokes Bay, the summer fun is endless on this South Australian island.

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Summer Holidays on Kangaroo Island – Wildlife

It’s not just all activity based on the island though, as nature lovers can look out for native Australian wildlife, including koalas, possums, echidnas, reptiles, Australian and New Zealand fur-seals, and of course, kangaroos and wallabies. Kangaroo Island also harbours an extensive birdlife population, and you may even spot bottlenose dolphins off the coast.

World renowned for its rare rock formations, visit the Remarkable Rocks and Admiral’s Arch, sculpted by weathering and erosion from the sea over thousands of years, located at Cape du Couedic in Flinders Chase National Park. From Admiral’s Arch you can see New Zealand’s fur-seals lazing around on the beach below. Breeding season occurs in the summer, so look out for seal pups playing near the rock pools beneath the arch if you visit in the next couple of months.

sea lion and pup on Seal Bay on Kangaroo Island

Summer Holidays on Kangaroo Island – Accommodation

From hiring holiday homes, staying at a lodge or even camping out at the many caravan and camping parks, there are accommodation options for any budget.

Kangaroo Island has 509 km of coastline for you to explore, so make sure you spend your visit making the most of everything there is to offer. 

Whether you want to go seal-spotting, surf down the sand dunes of Little Sahara, take a dip at  Vivonne Bay or sail past sparkling beaches, Kangaroo Island is a land waiting for you to discover.

Traveller’s Tip:

Kangaroo Island Backpacker Tours run everything from self drive tours to 2- 6 day tours.

Visit  kiadventuretours.com.au  for more information