Kangaroo Island Things to Do

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  • 1. Remarkable Rocks

    Remarkable Rocks are on every Postcard and every show on Kangaroo Island. I have seen their photos many times, so I was looking forward to seeing them "in the flesh," so to speak! I never realized...

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  • 2. Around the Island

    There a lot to do in the island, first, need to organize or plan which one you visit. Some of it you need to spent a few hours, and some of the sights you need...

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  • 3. Pelican Feeding

    Popular entertainment for all ages, John "The Pelican Man" gives a lively informative talk while feeding the birds, funny while watching the birds waiting for...

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  • 4. BAUDIN CONSERVATION PARK

    As well as visiting the ruins in the park, the walk takes you past some wonderful views. Down by the Sea, the rocks were fascinating. They had been worn into...

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  • 5. BAUDIN CONSERVATION PARK - BATE'S HOME

    The Bullock track also took me up the hill to the home of Harry Bate's Cottage. Harry Bates was born in 1846. He came to Adelaide with his family aboard the...

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  • 6. BAUDIN CONSERVATION PARK - THRESHING FLOOR

    The Baudin Conservation Park is located near Penneshaw. We could drive our car to the park entrance, from there the Ironstone Hill Hike began. At the entrance...

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  • 7. CAPE WILLOUGHBY

    Still travelling on the dirt road to Cape Willoughby, we come over a rise on the road, and there before us was the Lighthouse and cottages!Cape Willoughby was...

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  • 8. ROAD TO CAPE WILLOUGHBY

    The road to Cape Willoughby was a dirt road that was in good condition. The scenery along the way was of rolling green hills and farmland. After coming out from...

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  • 9. LASHMAR CONSERVATION PARK -THE BEACH

    I went walking and came out on a long sandy deserted beach known as Antechamber Bay in the Lashmar Conservation Park.I had walked from where the Chapman River...

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  • 10. LASHMAR CONSERVATION PARK

    Heading along the road to Cape Willoughby, we saw a brown tourist sign to Lashmar Conservation Park.Turning into the dirt road, we followed it, finding out that...

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  • 11. FIREBALL BATES TRAIL

    This is another walking trail at Penneshaw of 3km which takes 1 - 2 hours. It is an easy walk which begins at the Information centre at Penneshaw which is in...

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  • 12. ARTWORK IN PENNESHAW

    As we made our way around Penneshaw, we noticed the local council had built nice limestone brick walls and added sculptures to the brickwork. It looked...

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  • 13. PENGUIN'S & TOURS

    Kangaroo Island has many colonies of Penguins.Our accommodation at Penneshaw was just across the road from one of these colonies.I saw there was a KI Penguin...

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  • 14. IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE EXPLORERS - 3

    Our third stop was at CONTEMPLATION SEAT.This seat was sculptured by a local artist, in memory of the Aboriginal people, mainly women who were brought here by...

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  • 15. IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE EXPLORERS - 2

    Next stop on the walk/drive, was at FRENCHMAN'S ROCK. This is at the White Dome which I could see when arriving on the Ferry at Penneshaw. It is a replica of...

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  • 16. IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE EXPLORERS

    This is a name of a walk or drive that you can do. We actually drove along, and stopped at the sights.Our first one, was the TOWN WELL, which had been hand dug...

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  • 17. PELICAN FEEDING @ KINGSCOTE

    I read there was Pelican feeding at Kingscote Wharf. As I had been to Pelican feeding before, I wondered should I go or not. One other in our group hadn't, so...

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  • 18. OLD CAPE WILLOUGHBY LIGHTHOUSE

    If you are interested in Lighthouses, then to see the old cape Willoughby Lighthouse, you will have to visit Hope Cottage Museum.In 1974, the Lighthouse which...

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  • 19. HOPE COTTAGE MUSEUM

    Hope Cottage Folk Museum is right in the town of Kingscote. As this was the case, we went for a look. Part of the Museum is located in the historic Cottage...

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  • 20. KINGSCOTE

    Kingscote, being the biggest town on Kangaroo Island, is where you will find the "most" of everything. I found a huge souvenir shop with lots of different...

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  • 21. REEVES POINT @ KINGSCOTE

    A short drive from the main part of Kingscote took us to Reeves Point, the site of the first official European settlement in South Australia. The area was full...

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  • 22. PIONEER'S MEMORIAL

    After looking at the old Cells at Kingscote, it was time to cross the road and wander up the hill to see the Pioneer's Memorial.The nice looking Pioneer...

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  • 23. HISTORIC KINGSCOTE

    Kingscote is the largest town and the main town on Kangaroo Island. It is here, where more substansial buildings were built using the local stone. Quite a few,...

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  • 24. STOKES BAY

    I thought this was another scenic area.Arriving here by car, we found a few holiday homes and the Rockpool Cafe. The Rockpool Cafe is open from October to May...

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  • 25. SALT LAKES

    We saw quite a few Lakes on Kangaroo Island, not all of them were fresh water, a lot were Salt Lakes. You can tell which are salt as they are a pink colour.When...

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