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DUE SOUTH AUSTRALIA | KANGAROO ISLAND | www.duesouthaustralia.com.au | 105 KANGAROO ISLAND K angaroo Island feels like a world away with its pristine natural environment and relaxing atmosphere. The Island is larger than you’d expect and affords a number of experiences. See native Australian animals and birds as they were meant to be seen in the wild, discover food and wine at nature’s pure heart, and hear interesting and compelling stories about the Island’s history. Kangaroo Island is a remarkable combination of wilderness, manicured farmland, unspoiled coastline and wondrous rock formations. Many visitors explore the Island by themselves but there are a number of tours that you can join ensuring you experience as much as possible. Some of the most popular tourist destinations include Seal Bay with ranger guided walks among basking Australian sea lions, Flinders Chase National Park where the famous Remarkable Rocks are located, Admiral’s Arch, lighthouses at Cape Borda and Cape du Couedic, and multiple walking trails and camping areas. Cape Willoughby, Kelly Hill Caves and Little Sahara and the huge sand dunes on the south coast are also popular. KANGAROO ISLAND VISIT The world has fallen in love with Kangaroo Island. This fascinating place offers pristine beaches, magnificent seafood, cool climate wines, abundant wildlife and plenty of peace and quiet which is perfect for couples or families looking for adventure and freedom right on Adelaide’s doorstep. The wildlife is one of the top attractions with a number of farms and national parks filled with abundant wildlife and the national icons. Many of the farms also sell honey from the Ligurian bees and other local goodies and remedies including emu and eucalyptus oil, cheeses and artisan spirits. The Island’s rural pace and quiet roads will soon relax the mind and soul. Go fishing, try a bit of wine tasting, meet some local wildlife or sample some of the many gourmet foods, such as marron, ocean fresh oysters or Ligurian honey, which are now bringing people here from around the world.
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