Kangaroo Island is notoriously known for its abundant and beautiful wildlife but finding some of the more reclusive residents may require a little local knowledge. Guarantee sightings and insights on one of the Island's many wildlife tours...
But Kangaroo Island is also known for it's amazing food and wine as well as wildlife tours, art and boutique shops,
Channel 7 'SA Weekender' takes a look at Kingcote
Bryan and Denise take you on a tour
of Kangaroo Island from the air
Things to see and do on Kangaroo Island
Amadio Wines Kangaroo Island Cellar Door is located on the main street of Kingscote, Kangaroo Island. Our headchef, Roberto Di Massa, and front of house man, Dario, have had a passion for Italian regional cuisine from a young age. Pizza, homemade pasta dishes,
Cactus Kangaroo Island offers a fantastic casual dining experience at the heart of Kingscote. Our simple menu is designed with a focus on premium KI produces, showcasing the best of KI and the region. Fully licensed with a good selection of local beer and wine, housemade sweets, specialty coffee, there is something for everyone.
Open Daily 7.30am-2.30pm.
Dudley Wines focus on producing a 100% Kangaroo Island product. All our wine is grown and handcrafted on the island, by fifth generation Islander, Brodie Howard. Our range of bubbly’s, whites and reds reflect the personality of the island, and the winemaker, who enjoys experimenting with unique blends
Chocol'Art & Coffee
Coffee and hand crafted chocolates... Mmmm!
A match made in heaven.
51 Dauncey Street, Kingscote
Bellas Cafe & Pizza Bar
We love our community. Here at Bella we are committed to simple, great quality ingredients prepared freshly and served with a passion. Simply put, we source the best local and South Australian ingredients and let them speak for themselves.We love our community and we’re proud to be a part of Kangaroo Island. Nothing makes us happier than see our guests leave with a smile and a wave!
KI Marine Adventures
Slip into the clear, calm and protected waters that the dolphins call home, and enter their amazing world as they swim up to you to say hello.
Birds of Prey
Most of the birds at Raptor Domain have been injured or orphaned and are not suitable for release. Every day these beautiful birds enjoy showing people their hunting techniques and natural behaviours.
Koalas were introduced in the 1920s, and have flourished spectacularly. Wherever you are on the island, look for them amongst the gum trees.
Cape du Couedic Lighthouse
The Cape du Couedic Lighthouse has stood guard over Kangaroo Island's southwest coast since 1909. The small stone storeroom close to the base supplied the kerosene used to power the lighthouse.
There are an abundance of wild birds on Kangaroo Island including the well known barn owl.
One of the strangest and most enduring animals on the Island are echidnas. They are monotremes - the oldest of the three mammal groups (the other two being marsupials and placentals).
Seal Bay Conservation Park
Seal Bay is the only place in the world where visitors are able to enter a wild colony of approximately 1,000 Australian sea lions.
No Kangaroo Island holiday would be complete without a trek to one of the island's signature landmarks, Remarkable Rocks. It took 500 million years for rain, wind, and pounding waves to create these aptly named granite boulders which are now part of the Flinders Chase National Park.