Kangaroo Island Things to Do

  • Admirals Arch
    Admirals Arch
    by Longnosedbandicoot
  • The sea lion cub continues its search for its mum
    The sea lion cub continues its search...
    by Longnosedbandicoot
  • Cape du Couedic Lighthouse
    Cape du Couedic Lighthouse
    by kelyeah

Most Viewed Things to Do in Kangaroo Island

  • 1. Remarkable Rocks

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely stunning natural environment, different main highlights the rock were amazing and lots of great photo opportunities for those free souvenirs. A nice day trip from one end of the island to...

    more
  • 2. ADMIRAL'S ARCH

    5 out of 5 stars

    It was wet and windy when we arrived at Admiral’s Arch, which was part of the ‘Remarkably Wild’ Sealink Tour. Some members of the party decided to stay warm and dry on the coach rather than to go...

    more
  • 3. Seal Bay Conservation Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    One of the highlights of the Seal Bay Discovery Tour was the visit to Seal Bay to see the colony of Australian sea-lions. There is an indoor visitor centre where you can find out a bit about the...

    more
  • 4. FLINDERS CHASE NATIONAL PARK

    5 out of 5 stars

    We had spent most of our time in the park, arriving back at the Visitor Information Centre well after lunch time. Not much was left, so we settled on a slice of Carrot cake and a hot chocolate to warm...

    more
  • 5. 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 shapes, were pitted and covered in bright...

    more
  • 6. CAPE DU COUEDIC

    This hike is only 2kms, a walk that takes you along the cliff top and past interpretive boards explaining about shipwrecks and flora found in the area. Wonderful vista's of the cliffs and a wild and...

    more
  • 7. CAPE BORDA

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    When I was at Cape Borda, I saw plenty of Tammar Wallabies and Kangaroo Island Kangaroos in the middle of the day. As I headed towards the Cliff top track, probably a dozen or more of them were lazing...

    more
  • 8. HOG BAY BRICKWORKS

    Located near the Kangaroo Island ferry terminal at Penneshaw, is a nice walkway along an embankment that overlooks the Beach. It was here, where I came across a monument dedicated to "Hog Bay...

    more
  • 9. Clifford's Honey Farm

    We visited Clifford’s Honey Farm on the ‘Seal Bay Discovery Tour’ run by Sealink. On arrival, we were given a honey-based soft drink to try, whilst a member of...

    more
  • 10. Pelican Feeding

    John feeds the pelicans at Kinsgscote wharf every day. The birds had got into the habit of being at the wharf when the fishermen brought in their catch, as they...

    more
  • 11. Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Oil Distillery

    This was the first stop on the Sealink ‘Remarkably Wild’ tour. Emu Ridge is another sheep farm whose owners decided to diversify, producing oil from the native...

    more
  • 12. Raptor Domain

    We visited Raptor Domain as part of the Seal Bay Discovery Tour operated by Sealink Ferries.Most of the birds at the centre have been injured or orphaned and...

    more
  • 13. Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park

    This was known until Parndana Wildlife Park from 1992 to July 2013, when it was taken over by new management and renamed Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park. The new...

    more
  • 14. Pennington Bay

    This beautiful bay just calls to the fisherman, the photographer, and the person who likes to sit on a rock and meditate on the beauty found in nature. I can...

    more
  • 15. Port of Call and Scenics

    Kangaroo Island was a port of call for us while on a cicumnavigating Australia cruise, and it was one of our most enjoyable stops. The photographer will love...

    more
  • 16. 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...

    more
  • 17. 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...

    more
  • 18. 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...

    more
  • 19. 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...

    more
  • 20. 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...

    more
  • 21. 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...

    more
  • 22. 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...

    more
  • 23. 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...

    more
  • 24. 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...

    more
  • 25. 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...

    more
  • Kangaroo Island Hotels

    19 Hotels in Kangaroo Island
  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about Kangaroo Island? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: Kangaroo Island

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

17 travelers online now

Comments