2-Day Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide - 2 Days

2-Day Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide

Book our 2-Day Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide to see kangaroos, koalas, and a free-flight Birds of Prey Show. On this action-packed 2-day 4WD excursion, meet the strange and amazing denizens of Kangaroo Island, which includes round-trip transportation by ferry or aircraft from Adelaide.

Explore the Flinders Chase National Park and Kelly Hill Conservation Park to witness colorful birds, echidnas, and Tamar wallabies; get up close to Australian sea lions and long-nosed fur seals, and observe koalas and kangaroos. This small-group tour is limited to eight people and includes hotel pick-up, overnight lodging, and some meals.

2-Day Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide

Highlights

  • Be captivated by the natural wonders of Kangaroo Island.
  • Walk among sea lions at Seal Bay Conservation Park.
  • See kangaroos and koalas and a free-flight Birds of Prey Show.
  • Wander around the spectacular Remarkable Rocks.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Adelaide – Kangaroo Island

As this tour starts at 6:45 am, the previous night’s accommodation must be pre-booked.

Depart on a picturesque coach and fly to Cape Jervis, taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula, to take a ferry to Kangaroo Island for crossing. Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery is your first stop. Continue for a two-course lunch after sampling and tasting the Eucalyptus items to Vivonne Bay Bistro situated on a 260-hectare bush property.

Afterward, visit Seal Bay Conservation Park with a National Park Ranger for a guided beach walk among a breeding colony of wild and rare Australian sea lions. Experience the amazing Birds of Prey In-Flight Presentation, a native Australian birds and raptors immersive and informative show. Then travel to the Wildlife Park on Kangaroo Island where you can join a guided tour and feed the friendly kangaroos by hand.

Day 2: Kangaroo Island – Adelaide

Visit Clifford’s Honey Farm for an informative beekeeper talk followed by tastings and a chance to sample homemade honey ice cream and beauty products. Then, enjoy a two-course lunch at the Hanson Bay Visitor Center and Café.

The next stop is the National Park of Flinders Chase. Visit the park and enjoy the coastal scenery with amazing views. Walk around Remarkable Rocks and see Admirals Arch for great photo opportunities and amazing views of the sea. The boardwalk takes you down a rugged cliff face to expose a magnificent arch, a natural nursery, and safe haven for playful New Zealand fur seals to be seen swimming and playing in the waves or relaxing on the rocks.

Return to Adelaide with a return trip to Penneshaw Ferry Terminal. Drop-offs for hotels in the city center are open.

As this tour ends after 10:40 pm, it is important to pre-book accommodation for the night.

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Last Updated on March 2, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com