4068 Playford Hwy, Duncan SA 5223, Australia
Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park
The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is home to over 150 species of Native Australian wildlife and over 600 animals.
You can have a hands on experience with Koalas, check out the slithery Snakes, and feathered friends. A unique experience with Australian native animals in a controlled environment.
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Kangaroo Island Bird of Prey - Raptor Domain
Raptor Domain on Kangaroo Island is an Environmental, Educational Rehabilitation Centre. At Raptor Domain they do not display wildlife in cages rather presents wildlife in unique, interactive, educational, entertaining and dynamic shows. These shows are delivered by professional handlers at special times at specially designed areas. They aim to give people a rare and unique opportunity to view and experience wildlife up close and personal, while creating an understanding and appreciation of them, and their roll in the environment. Click on the link above for more information.
Gates open at 10:00am - 4.00pm
Vernom Pit (45mins) daily show at 10.30am
Bird of Prey (1hr) daily show 11.30am & 2.30pm
Fang-Tastic Reptiles (45mins) show 1.00pm
Kingscote Jetty Prescinct
Pelican experience in Kingscote
Popular entertainment for all ages and nationalities. Visit Kingscote Wharf any day to join the Pelican Man. John Ayliffe affectionately known as the Pelican Man, has been feeding the pelicans on the wharf for many year. The Pelicans arriving every day like clockwork eagerly awaiting their special easy feed, option with John. So do yourself a favour, join John with his lively, informative talk while feeding the birds. It all takes place on the large platform on at the northern side of the Kingscote Wharf.
You won't be sorry ! Fee applies.
Join The Pelican Man with his Pelicans - Daily at 5pm
1140 Seal Bay Rd, Kangaroo Island SA 5221
Seal Bay Conservation Park
Seal Bay is a must see attractions on Kangaroo Island. Seal Bay is managed by Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) who have partnered with the South Australian Research and Development Institude (SARDI), Universities and the Nature Foundation to monitor and track the Australian sea lion population at Seal Bay. A visit here, offers you the most unique experience where you'll get up and close to nature with these wild Australia sea lions as they frolic and laze around on their beach at Seal Bay.
Tours are available all year round (excluding X-Mas Day) and passes can be purchased at Seal Bay Visitor Centre. Refer to the link above for daily tour times and prices.
Stokes Bay Road, Stokes Bay
Stokes Bay Bush Garden
Stokes Bay Bush Garden offers an easy look at a unique collection of Kangaroo Island and Australian plants in a 3 hectare setting. Over 1200 named plants. Many rare, endangered & spectacular plants
Admission fee applies, children free
Opening house: 10am - 5pm Sunday - Friday (through the months of August to May) other times by arrangement, closed Christmas Day.
Contact: +61 8 8559 2244 email:email@example.com.
705 Playford Highway, Cygnet River
Frogs and Roses Garden Centre
Pop into Frogs and Roses and grab a coffee, cheese cake, soup, chicken salad and the most amazing pizza's. Take away or dine in.
Great range of plants, natives, fruit trees, an ornamental trees. Florist for weddings, babys etc.
Have a bite to eat with a coffee an a stroll through the garden at Frogs an Roses.
Open 7 days a week from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Flinders Chase National Park
Admirals Arch is one of Kangaroo Island's most impressive and unusual natural landmarks. It took thousands of years of erosion to create this distinctive rock bridge near the Cape du Couedic Lighthouse on the island's southwest coast. The boardwalk leading to the Admirals Arch is nearly as scenic as the landmark itself.
The Admirals Arch viewing platform is also an ideal place to observe the New Zealand fur seal colony that has established itself below the landmark. These dark brown seals rest and breed on land, but find food in the water. Summer is the primary breeding season, and the rock pools underneath Admirals Arch are a popular place for seal pups to play.
Another unique thing about Admirals Arch is the stalactites which dangle from the rocky ceiling of this former cave. The floor, on the other hand, is very smooth. Whale migration season takes place between May and October, but dolphins are frequently spotted throughout the year. Another famous Kangaroo Island natural landmark, the Remarkable Rocks, is also nearby.
Flinders Chase National Park
Remarkable Rocks is an amazing natural rock formation which has taken over 500 million years of rain, wind, and pounding waves to create these aptly named granite boulders which are now part of the Flinders Chase National Park here on Kangaroo Island.
Early morning and early evening is the best times to visit these truely Remarkable Rocks, enabling you to capture these rock scultures at their best at sunrise and sunset. Photo's to cherish from your holiday to Kangaroo Island.
Black mica, bluish quartz, and pinkish feldspar comprise most of the granite of Remarkable Rocks. These flat rocks are easy and safe to walk on during dry weather, but special caution should be taken when weather conditions become wet or windy. Exercise caution during strong winds and sea spray swept conditions, as these rocks can become quiet dangerous, creating slippery conditions.
A wooden boardwalk leads you to this attraction which is partially accessible for disabled visitors. The crest's western platform provides an ideal vantage point to see the surrounding bays and the historic Cape Du Couedic Lighthouse. The equally photogenic Casuarina Islets can also be easily seen from Remarkable Rocks and on a clear day is a delight for those into their photography. For more information click on this linkhttp://www.kangarooisland-australia.com/kangaroo-island-remarkable-rocks.php
88 Deep Creek Track, Stokes Bay
BEAUTIFUL VIEWS AND AMAZING FOOD .... PREPARED WITH LOVE !
TABLE 88 - Mediterranean inspired Tapas Bar and Restaurant, serving food and drinks to be shared from 11am-10pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Reservations recommended +61 8 8559 2164 or get in touch by enquiring through Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
88 Deep Gully Track, Cassini SA 5223
1157 Elsegood Rd, Kingscote SA 5223
Cliffords Honey Farm & The Honey Pot
Cliffords Honey Farm - Kangaroo Island Pure Ligurian Honey
- Home of Jenny's famous Honey Icecream!
- Free Honey Tasting
- Honey Drinks & Biscuits, Honey Mead
- Candles & Cosmetics, Wax Products
- Range of local crafts
- Learn how honey is extracted in our display area with a short video and see the glass beehive!
- Large Picnic Area and enclosed small playground
- Guided Tours available for Large Groups - Bookings are necessary
- Open 7 Days 9am - 5pm - After hours enquiries welcome
- Closed Christmas Day