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Kangaroo Island

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Our most recommended Kangaroo Island Ecotourism

Kangaroo Island: 75-Minute Ocean Safari

1. Kangaroo Island: 75-Minute Ocean Safari

Climb aboard for an exhilarating ride along the beautiful coast of Kangaroo Island and marvel at the pristine waters, stunning coastline and local marine life. Set sail from Christmas Cove and look for dolphins and seals just minutes from the marina. Listen to an informative live commentary from your skipper along the way. Learn more about the local history and hear dozens of interesting wildlife facts. Avail of a must-do wildlife experience that is suitable for all ages and great fun for the whole family!

Kangaroo Island Scenic Trail Tour

2. Kangaroo Island Scenic Trail Tour

This is a private tour for 2-5 people in a luxury 4WD Van. The itinerary is very flexible and is tailored to suit your needs. Visit the Flinders Chase National Park, with landmarks such as the Remarkable Rocks, Admiral Arch, Hanson Bay Koala Walk and Vivonne Bay. Observe many different kinds of wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, fur seals and sometimes the elusive echidna. You can also challenge yourself and try to spot all the different bird species. Morning/afternoon coffee with biscuits will be organized during the day, and you can stop at the Flinders Chase Cafe for lunch (included). Due to the ongoing fires in Australia, as of January 2020 this will be the activity’s itinerary until further notice: • Pennington Bay: view over the popular surf and fishing spot  • Seal Bay: guided visit to the beach and sea lion colony • Raptor Domain: bird sanctuary show  • Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park • Photo: holding a Koala

Kangaroo Island: All Terrain Quad Adventure

3. Kangaroo Island: All Terrain Quad Adventure

Get more action on this 2-hour quad bike adventure, designed to give you more time on the quad, and experience a wide variety of terrains, including sand and gravel tracks, open grassland, and winding bush trails. All tours begin with a kit and instruction session, followed by practice on the safe operation of the quad bikes. You will then experience the thrill of riding the latest quads from Yamaha, Suzuki, or Honda. Building up to more technical and challenging tracks, your tour will be customised to your ability. Guides will point out and provide information about the local flora and fauna, and you will often spot some of Australia’s enchanting wildlife. Combine this with spectacular views over Vivonne Bay, and you have an all-terrain quad adventure to remember!

Kangaroo Island: Full-Day Guided Island Life Tour

4. Kangaroo Island: Full-Day Guided Island Life Tour

This tour takes in a variety of landscapes across Kangaroo Island from the Cygnet River valley to the north coast, across the central plateau and down to the rugged South Coast. Get an introduction to Island life, where things take time. Drivers wave as they go by, or even stop for a chat. Have a cuppa with home-made cakes before a walk down a country track through tall Eucalyptus trees where koalas snooze overhead or wake briefly for a feed. See some of the Island’s most productive and diverse farming country, including sheep growing some of the world’s finest wool. Walk quietly through the bush with your guide – what makes that noise, who’s track are those, who left THAT little pile there? Look for wallabies extinct on the mainland, a kangaroo found only on Kangaroo Island, and learn about some of the unique Island plants. Enjoy a delicious lunch in a private bush setting featuring some of the Island’s fresh produce including local fish, salads and fine wines before continuing to the South Coast. At Seal Bay Conservation Park walk with your guide amongst sea lions on a beautiful sandy beach. Watch pups nursing, or playing in the surf, see bulls bearing scars from territorial fights, and learn of their unique breeding biology.

Kangaroo Island 3 Hour Extreme Quad Bike Adventure

5. Kangaroo Island 3 Hour Extreme Quad Bike Adventure

Get your adrenaline fix on a 3-hour extreme quad bike adventure on Kangaroo Island. The action all starts at Vivonne Bay, close to one of Australia's best surf beaches. Your guide will set you up with all the safety gear, before some time on the practice track, where you will get a safety briefing and tips on how to operate a quad bike safely. Complete laps of the practice track until you feel confident; and then you're ready to go! Head off through winding trails in native bushland and across open grasslands, then challenge yourself to the extreme rocky trails en route to Cape Kersaint. See spectacular scenery and unforgettable views of Vivonne Bay and the Southern Ocean, from vantage points only accessibe on an ATV.

Kangaroo Island: Gin, Wine, and Wildlife Guided eBike Tour

6. Kangaroo Island: Gin, Wine, and Wildlife Guided eBike Tour

Take some time to explore Kangaroo Island in a fun and adventurous way, by eBike. Mount high-spec bikes and follow your guide through this great wildlife habitat. Take a break and enjoy an elegant bbq lunch before triking all the way to a wine and gin tasting for the afternoon. Find the best way to discover Kangaroo Island's productive Cygnet River valley region on an eco-friendly eBike. Ride the backroads and private trails and pass through the wildlife habitat that Koalas, Kangaroo, Tammar Wallabies, and Short-beaked Echidnas call home. Afterward, take a relaxing break for a delicious BBQ lunch right in the middle of incredible conservation property, Cygnet Park Sanctuary. Enjoy good food in a stunning natural location before starting the afternoon ride. Jump back on the bike and head for the tasting room of a local vineyard. Learn about the wine of the region and try some out for yourself with a tasting. Just a little further up the road, enter into the gin distillery and try a signature cocktail or gin-tasting paddle. Afterward, enjoy a leisure ride back to the base.

Kangaroo Island: Food and Wine Guided Day Tour

7. Kangaroo Island: Food and Wine Guided Day Tour

Begin the day in the pristine farming region of Cygnet River, which produces a range of primary food sources including barley, wheat, canola, oats, lamb and beef. Learn about the agricultural history of Kangaroo Island and pass by Kangaroo Island Pure Grain, which is ‘GM-free’ and offers consumers farm-gate traceability and complete production history. Our first stop is Kangaroo Island Olives, where father and son duo, Michael and Dom, produce olives from a grove of 5000 trees. This enterprise reflects both our Mediterranean climate and the rich immigrant history of South Australia. Our tailgate tasting includes both table olives and some of the delicious oils they produce. On our way to the coastal town of American River, we pass Fryar’s Kangaroo Island Free Range Eggs and learn about the fascinating egg farm. The hens are free to roam wherever they like foraging in the pastures under the careful protection of Maremma guardian dogs. American River is home to the Kangaroo Island Oyster Farm Shop, which produces delicious Pacific Oysters in the calm waters of Eastern Cove. Depending on the season, we will either sample some oysters in the shop or at a secluded picnic spot. Our alfresco lunch features smoked meats, fresh salad and a selection of local beer and wines. After lunch, we head inland to visit Clifford’s Honey Farm. Since 1973, the Clifford family have specialised in producing honey from Kangaroo Island’s Ligurian Bee. Here we will gain an insight into the production of honey, including a tasting of a range of honey plus Jenny’s famous Honey Ice Cream! The Islander Estate Vineyards are one of Kangaroo Island’s premium wineries, producing a range of stunning red and white varieties. We visit their tasting room and will sample a selection of their wines whilst hearing about some of the creative winemaking techniques used by owner and winemaker, Jacques Lurton, from Bourdeaux, France. End the day with a tasting at Kangaroo Island Spirits, who have won numerous awards globally (including New York and London) for their range of beautiful gins and liqueurs.

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What people are saying about Kangaroo Island

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 12 reviews

The PERFECT activity for our family! A great mix of adventure, history and local knowledge. Our guide was amazing, from the safety talk at the beginning through to showing us were we rode on the map. Mostly beginner riders (ages 10, 14 & 16) we felt safe and well looked after. Well worth the investment, highly recommend!

Great tour with knowledgeable crew of two - thanks Clem and Bonnie and the most fantastic view of Dolphins. There were so many. Didn’t have to go far until we saw a pod with some calves. Would highly recommend.

A magnificent experience. Sometimes something strong for people without motorcycle experience…. But if you are looking for adrenaline, this is your activity

Very good guide with lots of information very helpful turning the boat around so all could see the Dolphins played lovely in front of use

Great crossing of the island allowing you to admire magnificent landscapes while observing the animals of the island Superb excursion