Kangaroo Island National Parks

There are plenty of National Parks on Kangaroo Island but if you buy the Island Parks Pass then you can have entry into all of the National Parks. With this pass you are also entitled to a number of guided walks around the island, including tours to the seal colony at Seal Bay every day between 9.00am - 4.15pm and tours of the Kelly Hill Caves Conservation Park everyday between 10.00am - 4.30pm.

Between December and April, there are large fire restrictions on the island, with some days where a gas fire can be used and others when no fires are allowed.

The western side of the island is taken up by the Flinders Chase National Park, where you will see echidnas, emus, kangaroos, koalas and possums amongst the beautiful trees and scrub land. There are two lighthouses Cape Borda to the north of the park and Cape du Couedic to the south. You can join a tour around Cape Borda between 11.00am - around 3.15pm Monday - Friday. There is a beautiful walk just south of Cape Borda at Ravine des Casoars. Near Cape du Couedic there are two large rock formations that you should see. Admirals Arch is a large arch created by the waves, while Remarkable Rocks are granite boulders molded by the weather. Both are definitely worth visiting.

Kangaroo Island, SA Accommodation

Destinations within Kangaroo Island

Other Kangaroo Island Destinations
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