THINGS TO SEE & DO

Did you know that Kangaroo Island is six times the size of Singapore, with 4,405 square kilometres of land?  And there are literally hundreds of unique activities for you to do.


These are some of our favourites!


We can’t wait for you to holiday here this year!

SEE THE DOLPHINS

The crystal-clear waters around Kangaroo Island make for the perfect place to spot dolphins.

JJoin a tour with KI Marine Adventures or Kangaroo Island Ocean Safari and get up close with a memory-making snorkelling and swimming experience.

SEAL BAY

As Kangaroo Island's premier tourist attraction, the award-winning Seal Bay offers visitors an unforgettable wildlife experience where experience the sea lions as they shelter in the dunes, rest on the sand or surf in the ocean.

Tickets can be purchased on-site at the Seal Bay Visitor Information centre.

FALSE CAPE WINERY

Named after a nearby coastal landmark, False Cape vineyard on Kangaroo Island was established in 1999 together with our winemaking family, the Folletts of Lake Breeze Wines in Langhorne Creek.

Today the vineyard covers +60 acres, the largest vineyard on Kangaroo Island. Our range of wines includes the Kangaroo Island Wine of the Year, Captain Cabernet Sauvignon and Kangaroo Island White Wine of the Year, The Chardonnay.

KANGAROO ISLAND LIVING HONEY

Kangaroo Island Living Honey is a small family run business.

Approx 200 productive hives, and on a good year extracting up to 20 ton of Organic honey.

Visit this business and experience the very relaxed and casual atmosphere. There are farm animals and pets to play with and will welcome all that visit.

KANGAROO ISLAND MARINE ADVENTURES

Kangaroo island marine adventures are the dolphin swim specialists in South Australia & Kangaroo Island and have been offering visitors a unique marine wildlife experiences for more than 12 years.

Operating all over Kangaroo Island, mostly in the shallow protected bays of the north coast where at times large pods of dolphins can be found, at times in the hundreds.

SEAL BAY BOARDWALK TOUR

While visiting Seal Bay don’t miss taking a stroll along our 900 metre (return) boardwalk. Enjoy the showcase of scenery, including limestone cliffs and dunes, along with stunning coastal scenery that Seal Bay is famous for.

Viewing platforms along the boardwalk will allow you to stop and watch the Australian sea-lions, as they surf waves or sun themselves on the beach (or even spot an adorable seal pup!). The boardwalk tour allows you to enjoy the scenery at your own pace and is self-guided.

DUDLEY WINERY

Dudley Wines, Kangaroo Island is enthusiastically run and owned by Jeff and Val Howard, their three children and their families.

The Howard family history on Kangaroo Island dates back to 1883, when William Howard and his wife, Janet moved to land near Cuttlefish Bay on the Dudley Peninsula.

Today the winery boast some of the finest wines the island has to offer.

Dudley Wines is open daily from 10.30am-4.30pm.

Dudley’s Clifftop Cellar Door is situated just 12km from the ferry terminal in Penneshaw.

STOKES BAY BEACH

The secluded beach at Stokes Bay, located on Kangaroo Island's serene north coast, is protected from the pounding surf by a giant pool surrounded by rocks. This tranquil location can be found by walking east of the bay, follow the signs pointing to the 'Beach' and make your way through the headland of boulders.

KING GEORGE BEACH

220 m long white sand beach

Swimming
The only beach suitable for swimming is the main King George River mouth beach, but this is surrounded by private farmland with no public access. All the other beaches are dominated by rocks and reefs.

Good fishing spots abound along this rocky-reefy shoreline.
The best place to see an example of a cobble-boulder beach is at the King George Beach access point. This location also provides good access to rocky fishing locations.