Kangaroo Island is with 1,740 square miles the third largest island off the coast of Australia. It is 96 miles long and 34 miles wide, and known for its outstanding natural beauty. Due to its remote location, Kangaroo Island was less affected than the mainland by the impact of European development. To this day, the island is rich in diverse flora and fauna seldom found elsewhere. As one of the world’s last unspoiled wilderness places, about 30 percent of the island has been designated as National Parks. View more
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Experience the splendid beauty, wildlife and flavours of Kangaroo Island during this half-day tour that showcases some local producers including a dairy farm, honey farm and Eucalyptus distillery.
Island Pure Sheep Dairy
Depart the pier for the scenic, narrated drive to the Island Pure Sheep Dairy, a cheese and yoghurt-making facility, milk storage area and observation area. During your visit, explore the farm, some of the 1,500 sheep being milked, and sample cheeses and yoghurt made at the dairy.
Clifford's Honey Farm
Next, re-board your coach and drive south for a visit to Clifford's Honey Farm, where over 22,000 pounds (10,000 kilograms) of honey is produced annually. Kangaroo Island is the only place in the world where a pure strain of Ligurian bee exists. Upon arrival, take a guided tour of the Honey Room and facility, explore the honey collection, extraction and production processes, and participate in a tasting of honey varieties.
Your last sop is at the Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery, the only commercial eucalyptus distillery operating in South Australia. Take a guided tour of the distillery, and sample, Kangaroo Island Cider.
Re-board your coach and commence the approximately 30-minute ride back to the pier.
Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 250 yards (about 229 metres), at times over natural, uneven and slippery ground, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach and at the venues. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Lightweight, comfortable layered clothing, flat, closed-toe walking shoes, sun protection and a sweater are recommended. Facilities are eco-based and rustic at times. The tour sequence may vary. Guests must be at least 21 years old to participate in wine-tastings.
Explore the diverse flora, fauna and wildlife of Kangaroo Island during this picturesque excursion to Emu Ridge and Seal Bay,a national parks set up to protect the endangered the Australian Sea-lion and its natural habitat.
Depart the pier for the scenic, 1.5 hour narrated drive to Seal Bay. See the endangered Australian Sea-lions in their natural environment of coastal vegetation, dunes and beach. It is a large sandy beach and dune area where approximately 600 Australian sea lions rest and nurse their young. Seal Bay is one of only two places in the world where you can stroll with your guide through a wild seal colony.
Wander along the 800-metre boardwalk which meanders through the limestone cliffs and dunes to viewing platforms where you can observe the sea-lions surfing the waves or sunning themselves on the beach while you enjoy the stunning coastal scenery.
Re-board the coach and continue driving to Pennington Bay, a superb surf beach and photographer's dream, and a popular for swimming and fishing.
Your tour concludes with the transfer from Pennington Beach back to the pier.
Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 437 yards (about 400 metres), at times over natural, uneven and slippery ground, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach. At the Seal Colony, extensive walking is required along a boardwalk with inclines and steps, and on the sand. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Lightweight, comfortable layered clothing, flat, closed-toe walking shoes, sun protection and a sweater are recommended. Facilities are eco-based and rustic at times. Guests may get wet. The tour sequence may vary.