Swim with dolphins, Aboriginal culture and Kangaroo Island wildlife
Adelaide, Kangaroo Island
Cruise with Temptation Sailing from Glenelg, to watch or swim with wild dolphins. Afterwards, take a dip at beautiful Glenelg beach or enjoy the shopping and dining options before heading back to the city. For an Aboriginal experience visit Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute - or the South Australian Museum’s Aboriginal Cultures Gallery, which features more than 3,000 Aboriginal artefacts – guided tours are available. For the best view go on the Adelaide Oval RoofClimb or take a city tour with Flamboyance Tours.
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Adelaide - Kangaroo Island
Take a morning flight from Adelaide to Kingscote on Kangaroo Island. To make the most of a short stay on the island, tour with one of the experienced four wheel drive operators offering personalised tours. Highlights today could include Seal Bay Conservation Park, Flinders Chase National Park, Kelly Hill Caves, Little Sahara, pristine beaches and stunning coastline. To meet up with local dolphin pods and other wildlife book Kangaroo Island Marine Adventure or Kangaroo Island Ocean Safari cruise. Enjoy local produce including honey, seafood, Marron (freshwater crayfish) and wine, friendly and relaxed locals, and abundant wildlife including koalas, wallabies, echidnas and kangaroos.
Overnight: Kangaroo Island
Adelaide to Kangaroo Island: 30 minute flight or 2 hour drive and 45 minute ferry ride
Kangaroo Island - Adelaide
Today is all about the producers on Kangaroo Island. Visit Clifford's Honey Farm to learn all about the Ligurian honey bee and try some honey ice cream. No trip to the Island is complete without a visit to the Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery where you discover the importance of Eucalyptus Oil to the Islands history. To cap off your visit to Kangaroo Island why not make a stop at Kangaroo Island Spirits to blend your own gin before returning to Adelaide.
Kangaroo Island to Adelaide: 30 minute flight or 45 minute ferry ride and 2 hour drive