Kangaroo Island exists in splendid isolation and with 30% of the land protected as national and conservation parks, you can expect a holiday full of natural wonders. The native wildlife includes the sooty kangaroos at Flinders National Park and the famed sea lions that live freely amongst the rocks at Seal Bay.
Kangaroo Island is just what its name suggests – and more. Seven times the size of Singapore, this flora-rich island is full of wildlife. Be greeted by sea lions basking on unspoiled white beaches, koalas dozing in lofty eucalyptus trees and pelicans soaring across shimmering lagoons. Kangaroo Island is a place that offers protection to huge populations of native Australian animals, as well as being a place of beauty and a place of escape.
On Kangaroo Island you'll get so close to the Kangaroos you could almost touch them!
Visit Kangaroo Island, and discover the kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, echidnas, birds and endangered Australian sea lions that live free and wild on this island home.
There are several options to get to Kangaroo Island – ask a Netflights.com travel expert for details.
Ferry: (via SeaLink Ferries offer four departures a day)
Air: (30 minute flight operating between the main terminal at Adelaide Airport and Kingscote Airport)