Kangaroo Island Visitor Guide : 2018-2019 Kangaroo Island Visitor Guide
74 South Coast Tours Kangaroo Island Bush Getaway Adventures – Paintball playing fields and quad bike tours amongst natural Kangaroo Island landscape. Little Sahara – Sandboard or toboggan the stunning sand dunes or take a fat bike tour. Kangaroo Island Outdoor Action – Quad bike and kayak tours. Packages available – fun for the whole family. Raptor Domain – Interactive, entertaining and educational experiences suitable for the whole family. Seal Bay Conservation Park – Observe Australian sea lions in their award- winning natural environment, beach tours available. As one of the few dry limestone caves in Australia, Kelly Hill Caves is ideal for adventure caving. Join an experienced guide on an Adventure Caving Tour where, equipped with a helmet and headlight, you can climb and crawl your way through an underground maze of undeveloped caverns. Bookings essential. Add some adventure holiday to your Show Cave Tour: Guided show cave tours run daily throughout the year, with increased tours during peak times. Please check our website for details. No booking required. Bookings: Kelly Hill Caves Visitors Centre T: (+61 8) 8553 4464 E: KellyHill@sa.gov.au Kelly Hill Caves – The whole family can discover the magic of underground limestone caves on a Kelly Hill Show Cave Tour. For the more adventurous there is the Adventure Caving Tour where, equipped with a helmet and headlight, you will climb and crawl your way through an underground maze of undeveloped caverns. Bookings are essential for the Adventure Caving Tours and you must be eight years or older. Beaches The South Coast is defined by its pristine beaches – inviting in summer and wildly beautiful in winter. Experienced surfers can enjoy Vivonne Bay, while keen anglers will find excellent fishing from the jetty, beach or Harriet River mouth. Arts Rustic Blue Gallery and Café – Gallery showcases a collection of artwork, photography and jewellery created by local and South Australian artists. Walking trails Murray Lagoon is the Island’s largest lagoon and offers three walks: Bald Hill, Curley Creek and Timber Creek. The Tadpole Cove Walk combines unusual coastal scenery with early settlement heritage sites. For experienced walkers only, the Cape Gantheaume Coastal Trek is an overnight hike that follows the coastline from D’Estrees Bay Road to Bales Beach. Note: Trekkers to Cape Gantheaume must discuss their plans with National Parks staff at Dauncey Street, Kingscote, before beginning their trek.