5-Day Adelaide and Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide - 5 Days

5-Day Adelaide and Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide

Join our 5-Day Adelaide and Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour to visit lovers paradise, Kangaroo Island, and Flinders Chase National Park.

5-Day Adelaide and Kangaroo Island Discovery Tour From Adelaide

• Discover the beautiful city of Adelaide and take in the must-see sights.
• Explore the nature lovers paradise – Kangaroo Island and Flinders Chase National Park.
• Walk amongst sea lions, spot koalas, and see the Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch.

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Day 1

You will be transferred to your hotel upon arrival at Adelaide Airport (flights arriving before 9:00 pm). The remainder of the day is at leisure.

Premium accommodation:* Hotel: Chifley on South Terrace Built on the outskirts of Adelaide’s Central Business District (CBD), Chifley ® Hotel on South Terrace is built opposite the South Parklands, making it a perfect base for both business and leisure travelers.

The city center is just a short walk away or you can hop outside the hotel on one of Adelaide’s trams that allow you to take a free trip to the city for a day of shopping in Rundle Mall or sample some fantastic food and wine from South Australia (SA) at over 80 stalls in the central markets.

Hotel: Aurora Ozone Hotel, Executive Rooms The original portion of this Kangaroo Island hotel features a Victorian façade and facilities that combine with the sophisticated atmosphere of ancient world elegance coupled with the lively and elegant contemporary hotel and townhouse component.

Superior accommodation:* Hotel: Stamford Plaza Adelaide Overlooking either the historic parks of Adelaide or the CBD, the superior rooms have recently been refurbished with a selection of bedding configurations, large work desks, excellent lighting, flat screen televisions, broadband internet, a variety of cable channels and in-house films.

Hotel: Aurora Ozone Hotel, Executive Seaview Rooms The original section of this hotel on Kangaroo Island has a Victorian façade and amenities that blend with the refined atmosphere of ancient charm combined with the vibrant and attractive modern section of the hotel and townhouse.

Day 2
The Barossa

Travel north through Adelaide to the world-renowned wine region of Barossa. Enjoy the change of scenery as you enter the vineyards of the premium wine region of South Australia. Your first stop is Pindarie, an award-winning cellar door for multi-tourism, who feels more like an Australian home than a cellar door. Behind the wines, the friendly staff share their stories as you taste their renowned blends in heritage stables. As you enjoy some morning tea, sit back and admire their amazing views of the vineyard.

The next stop is a visit to the Farm Shop of Maggie Beer, a must-see while visiting the Barossa. Learn about Maggie Beer–’ Maggie Beer Products ‘ cook, writer and founder, and enjoy tastings of her full range of products including limited edition seasonal products. You can also browse through her selected local specialty items, buy one of her signed books, or just sit back and take a look.

Upon arrival at Angaston’s Lambert Estate, you will enjoy a structured wine tasting while sampling seasonal local produce from gourmet dishes. Main course follows with two signature dishes, salad and vegetables, and is a festival for the senses. From the impressive wine selection, you may want to buy a glass of wine or enjoy a coffee accompanied by their famous Chocolatier (Chocolate Port).

Leaving Lambert Estate, drive to Mengler Hill Lookout for breathtaking views of the valley and then your final stop for the day at the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company. Here you’ll sample homemade chocolates combined with hand-crafted wines from Vineyard Road that will be a perfect way to complete your Barossa Food & Wine Experience.

Day 3
Adelaide - Kangaroo Island

A pick-up from your hotel early in the morning for a scenic coach trip to Cape Jervis, taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views and rolling hills. Upon arrival, take the SeaLink ferry to Kangaroo Island for a 45-minute crossing to Penneshaw. You’ll board your coach here, and your local driver / guide will take you on a tour of the best nature-based tourism destination in South Australia. Your first stop is Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery for a guided tour and introductory talk about the oil distillery’s history and the opportunity to buy some eucalyptus products. Instead, for a delicious two-course lunch, head to Vivonne Bay Bistro on a 260-hectare bush farm.

Visit Seal Bay Conservation Park afterwards for a guided beach walk with a National Park Ranger among a wild and rare Australian sea lions breeding colony. Then you will visit another incredible nature experience, the spectacular free-flight exhibition of Birds of Prey, an immersive and informative show of Australian native birds and raptors. From here, you will travel to Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, where you will be able to get up close to koalas, see penguins swimming and playing, hand feeding kangaroos, and learn about species at risk.

Day 4
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Visit Clifford’s Honey Farm to enjoy the beekeeper’s informative talk followed by tastings and an opportunity to sample home-made honey ice cream and beauty products. Then enjoy a two-course lunch at the Hanson Bay Visitor Center and Café.

Instead head to Flinders Chase National Park, one of Australia’s largest and oldest conservation parks, to the westernmost part of the island. Drive through the park and enjoy amazing views of its rare trees, plants and coastal scenery after a short stop at the Visitor Center. You will be taken on a walk around Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch to the rugged southern coastline. Remarkable rocks offer great photographic opportunities and amazing views of the sea. Admirals Arch boardwalk takes you down a rough cliff face to discover this magnificent arch, a natural nursery and safe haven for playful New Zealand fur seals that can be seen swimming and playing on the waves or relaxing on the rocks.

Return for the return trip to Penneshaw Ferry Terminal, arriving late in the evening in Adelaide.

Day 5

Your short break concludes this morning after breakfast. You’ll be transferred to Adelaide Airport for your onward flight (any schedule).

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