At the very end of Kangaroo Island you can find Flinders Chase National Park, a stunning national park with so many sites carved out by the natural elements you won't know where to start! No visit to Kangaroo Island would be complete without a drive down to iconic landmarks such as the Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. If you're visiting Flinders Chase National Park here is a quick guide with everything you need to know!
A Guide To Flinders Chase National ParkTuesday, 12 July 2016
Why Did The Koala Cross The Road?Sunday, 10 July 2016
Despite being born and raised in Australia and living here my whole life, I have seen very few koalas in the wild. I would go so far as to say that I have seen more koalas in zoos and wildlife sanctuary's than I have ever seen in the wild! And of all the times I have seen a koala they have always been sleeping in a tree, never moving. However, on Kangaroo Island I not only saw more koalas then I ever have before, but I also saw a koala jump down from a tree, cross the road, climb over a fence and stroll away. It was the most exciting moment ever!
Vivonne BayFriday, 8 July 2016
Vivonne Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever come across in the world. The water is exquisitely crystal clear and the sand is perfectly white! Hidden away by rocky cliffs, you could easily miss it if you didn't know you were looking for it. We spent half the day exploring the almost completely deserted cliffs and sandbanks of Vivonne Bay, and it was such an amazing day. It seemed so crazy that despite being the middle of summer and school holidays, and even though the island was completely booked out, there were almost no people around and we had this whole beautiful place to ourselves.
Seal Bay Conservation ParkThursday, 7 July 2016
Seal Bay Conservation Park is one of the most popular attractions on Kangaroo Island, drawing thousands of visitors to the south of the island every year. No two days are the same at Seal Bay, every tour will provide a unique experience. The sea lions were so entertaining watch, especially the babies with their little personalities, playing and fighting with each other and chasing their friends around. 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 - one of the rarest species in the world. The colony at Seal Bay is the third largest sea lion colony in Australia.
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Everything You Need To Know About Kangaroo IslandTuesday, 5 July 2016
Kangaroo Island is one of Australia's best kept secrets. Found just off the coast of South Australia, KI offers visitors beautiful deserted white sand beaches, native Australian wildlife and remarkable landmarks unlike anything else. Despite being a tiny island, you would never imagine the amount of different landscapes you will find on Kangaroo Island. From soaring cliffs and dense national parks to towering sand dunes and untouched white sand beaches, there is something different around every turn.
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