Kangaroo Island Visitor Guide : 2016-2017 Kangaroo Island Visitor Guide
penneshaw and dudley peninsula | tourkangarooisland.com.au 47 DUDLEY WINES Kangaroo Island’s Pioneer Winery. Visit Dudley’s cliff top cellar door, just 12 kilometres from Penneshaw, and enjoy their wines, spectacular views and gourmet local produce and lunches. Advertisement on page 40 Phone: (08) 8553 1333 KILDEA CHEMIST For all your medical and pharmaceutical needs. Tony Ferguson weight management available. Onsite Beauty Therapists for waxing, manicures, pedicures, facials and tanning. Advertisement on page 58 Phone: (08) 8553 2153 KI FISHING CHARTERS Private fishing charters for small parties of up to five. All fishing gear, bait, eskies and ice supplied. Our experienced guides have been fishing the spectacular waters off Kangaroo Island’s north coast for more than 30 years. Advertisement on page 31 Phone: 0401 727 234 www.kangarooislandboathire.com.au Homemade items on sale include gifts, photography, clothing and much more. Hot and cold food, as well as beverages, complete the market experience. Phone (08) 8553 1185 for more information. Food and wine If you’re looking for a good place to eat, try Fish, Isola Pizza or the Penneshaw Hotel. Alternatively, 2 Birds & A Squid and Kangaroo Island Source offer good gourmet catering options. Zest & Thyme, near Cape Willoughby Lighthouse, offers light homestyle meals, including curries, salads, nibble boards and local wines. Guests can eat indoors or outside with fabulous sea views. Ultima Thule Café, in the heart of Penneshaw, is where you can experience food and wine with a touch of Kangaroo Island. Make sure you sample South Rock lamb while on the Island. Looking for traditional take away for dinner? Check out the 'Island Grill' food van located in the centre of town. Visit the Penguin Stop Café for burgers, sweets and milkshakes. For soft serve ice cream look no further than KI Kones. Or to grab something quick, call into the Sea Dragon Café and the ferry terminal. Dudley Peninsula is home to several cellar doors, including Dudley Wines, False Cape Wines and Sunset Winery. Taste a full range of handcrafted wines overlooking the cliff tops on the Island’s North Coast at Dudley Wines. Enjoy spectacular views from the deck while sipping on a ‘Dudley Bubbly’, browse through a range of wool and natural fibre clothing, Kangaroo Island produce and artworks, or enjoy a coffee and light meal. False Cape Wines established a vineyard on Dudley Peninsula in 1999 and has been consistently producing quality whites and reds ever since. These wines are widely available around the Island. Sunset Winery offers visitors stunning, elevated 180 degree sea views of Eastern Cove and beyond. Enjoy complimentary wine tasting, or relax on the outdoor deck with a glass of wine and savoury platter, featuring local and regional produce. Coffee and muffins are available for purchase, as is a range of local farm produce and art. Heritage and culture In 1803, Captain Nicolas Baudin, the French explorer, anchored in Hog Bay and sent a party ashore to find fresh meat and water. While waiting for the water casks to fill, one of the sailors carved on a nearby rock, ‘Expedition de découverte par le commandant Baudin sur Le Géographe 1803’. Translated, it reads: ‘Expedition of discovery by Captain Baudin in Le Géographe 1803’. The original stone is now housed at the Kangaroo Island Gateway Visitor Information Centre and a replica Frenchman’s Rock can be viewed under the white dome next to Hog Bay Beach. Make sure you drop by the Penneshaw Maritime and Folk Museum. At Rob’s Shearing Demos, meet Rob Howard and his dog Toby on their working farm, seven kilometres outside Penneshaw. He demonstrates shearing, wool classing and hand-spinning, as well as mustering and yarding with Toby.
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