Kangaroo Island Visitor Guide : 2016-2017 Kangaroo Island Visitor Guide
kingscote and districts | tourkangarooisland.com.au 55 Pelican Feeding, Kingscote Wharf office. Join Kangaroo Island Heritage Tour to discover the colourful characters who first settled Kangaroo Island and learn more of the Kingscote township and its surrounds. Arts At award-winning Fine Art Kangaroo Island, Fleur and Fred Peters present a welcoming art space and secluded courtyard garden. The finest local artwork inspired by the Island is professionally displayed. The renovated heritage building also features a working jewellery studio. Since 1988, Kangaroo Island Gallery has exhibited beautiful artwork in a variety of mediums including jewellery, ceramics, glasswork, photography, woodcraft, painting and sculpture produced entirely by local artists. Tours Departing from Emu Bay or Bay of Shoals (Kingscote), Kangaroo Island Marine Adventures takes you deep into the marine life of Kangaroo Island. Join their environmentally-focused pleasure cruise and swim with dolphins in their natural habitat. To see Kangaroo Island’s wildlife at night when it's most active, join Kangaroo Island Hire A Guide on a small group tour. For approximately two hours, head into the bush in search of wildlife, including wallabies, kangaroos, Brushtail possums, Boobook owls, Stone-curlews and bats. Beaches The Kingscote beach area is a popular family picnic spot. Little Brownlow Beach, in front of the Yacht Club, is a great area for shallow swimming and wading, making it a perfect spot to take young children on holiday. Tour by foot on the Kingscote to Brownlow Coastal Walk. This trail follows a picturesque part of the coast, past a tidal pool to the nearby township of Brownlow. Beauty services Spoil yourself at Seaside Beauty. Whether it’s a facial, manicure, pedicure, waxing or a pamper package, you will leave feeling fully relaxed and truly cared for.