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Things To Do in Kangaroo Island

Seal Bay
61 Reviews
7racymoonHow can I miss this attraction to Kangaroo Island - Seal Bay, such as the name, you can see a lot of seals here, seal species are also a lot, do not listen to the explanation, do not know the difference.
Admirals Arch
50 Reviews
Geological Sites
小蘑菇阿咪Admirals Arch, the flagship arch, is located in Flinders Chase National Park, Kangaroo Island, South Australia. It is a natural rock arcade formed by the roaring and ruthless sea breeze and the majestic turbulent sea, which has been eroded over the years. It is eroded by huge waves like mountains day and night. Winding down a circular path next to the cliff, you can see packs of New Zealand fur seals, playing in the water, playing on the rocks or snarling the sun, so happy. The flagship arch stands under the cliff at Tianya Haijiao in the southwest corner of Kangaroo Island. The cliff at Tianya Haijiao faces the vast southern ocean. It is a wonderful place to view the sea on the island. Looking south from here, you can see two small islands called Casuarina Islets. They are a paradise for birds. The edges of the small islands are steep and can only be approached and cannot be climbed. The superbly crafted flagship arch, together with the magnificent coastline and the simple and honest sea dogs, shows the unmodified beauty of nature. The beauty of nature is displayed vividly and vividly, which makes people linger.
Remarkable Rocks
59 Reviews
Geological Sites
优的良仕It's just a bunch of strangely shaped rocks, which are indeed the magical work of nature. These rocks are formed purely by nature. I don't know how many years of history they have been. Why they weathered like this is a mystery. One of the elephants does not look like an eagle, but some people say that it looks like a seal. There is no guide to introduce what it looks like. You can only rely on your own imagination. But don’t stay long, half an hour is almost the same.
Flinders Chase National Park
45 Reviews
National Park
优的良仕Flinders National Park is also a landmark attraction of Kangaroo Island. Its area is very large. It occupies almost one-third of the western area of Kangaroo Island. It covers all areas from south to north. But in fact, its main attractions are still relatively concentrated, that is, the Magic Rock and the flagship arch. Tickets are also required here. The island is very expensive and the attractions also charge. Kangaroo Island is still very expensive. The Magic Rock and the flagship arch are all concentrated in the south, a few kilometers away, but it takes about 20 minutes to drive in from the entrance of the park. In fact, no one looks at the tickets, all consciously. It is recommended to come here at sunset, there are few people. The flagship arch is considered to be two scenic spots here, and there is another Tianya Haijiao. The so-called Tianya Haijiao means that this is the closest place to Antarctica in Australia. The flagship arch is worth visiting here. In addition to the natural scenery, it is also a habitat for sea lions. You can also see a lot of sea lions here. In fact, if you just want to see sea lions, you don’t even need to go to Seal Bay. The number here is still More than Seal Bay. The scenery is of course very beautiful. This arch is really unique, and you can feel it no matter how you shoot it. By the way, there is also a Little Red Riding Hood here, a very beautiful lighthouse. The disadvantage is that it is a bit far from the sea.
Vivonne Bay
37 Reviews
绝尘无惑Escape from Kangaroo Island. Yesterday we were still in Kangaroo Island slowly enjoying the life of the locals and the surrounding beauty. When we woke up early in the morning, the sky was breezy with light rain, and the air was filled with a faint smell of burnt, warmhearted The locals came to inform us that the Australian Prime Minister had arrived here last night, and it became very serious overnight. The road leading to the ferry will be blocked. We hurriedly sorted things and drove to the ferry port 60 kilometers away. There was no one on the road, except that there were hungry kangaroos drinking water on the side of the road, only police cars were blocking the road, and they were only allowed to go out. Everyone was very nervous and felt that "the wolf is really here", and finally we returned safely. Adelaide city, there is no danger.
Cape Willoughby Lighthouse
13 Reviews
小蘑菇阿咪Cape Willoughby Lighthouse is located at the eastern end of Kangaroo Island. It was the first lighthouse on the island. It was built in 1852. Later, in 1858, Cape Willoughby Lighthouse was built at the northwest end. In 1909, At the southwest end, the Kuaidik Point Lighthouse was built. Today, these three lighthouses are still working normally. Although the operation of the lighthouse is to prevent shipwreck, it is inevitable that there will be ship crashes on the coastline. Therefore, the shipwreck and lighthouse have become well-known attractions on Kangaroo Island. The Willoughby Point Lighthouse is built on a cliff on the eastern coast of Kangaroo Island. It is located in the Willoughby Point Conservation Park. As it is not the most popular attraction on the island, it is relatively inaccessible. In the historic lighthouse area of Willoughby Point, in addition to visiting the museum with rich nautical history at the visitor center, you can also visit the lighthouse. You can also spend an hour, walk 1.9 kilometers, and browse several ruins to learn about the time. The solitary lifestyle of the lighthouse keeper and his family. Of course, if you are interested, you can spend the night in the renovated Willoughby Point Lighthouse Keeper's Lodge, resting on the waves of the Southern Ocean and enjoying the breathtaking panoramic sea and sky. From here, you can enjoy the Backstairs Passage on the east side of the island and the stretch of coastline of Kangaroo Island. We stayed on Kangaroo Island for three days and two nights. I rented a car after getting on the island and stayed at the Far Away Escape B&B in Kingscote. On the first day, I went to Willoughby Point Conservation Park and the Las Americas; the next day, we set off from Seal Bay, then the Little Sahara Desert, Breeze Bay, Hansen Bay, all the way to Flinders Chase National Park; third I went to Kingscote, Emu Bay Lavender Fields, and the Pan Nishaw area, and had a great time! Figure 1-2: Willoughby Point Lighthouse and Lighthouse Keeper's Cabin; Figure 3-6: Willoughby Point Lighthouse from different angles; Figure 7: Introduction to different gameplay of Willoughby Point Lighthouse; Figure 8: Brief introduction of shipwrecks and shipwreck tracks on the coastline of Kangaroo Island; Figure 9: Hiking route map around Willoughby Point Lighthouse; Figure 10-13: The coastline on the north side of Willoughby Point Lighthouse; Figure 14-15: The cliffs of Willoughby Point on the south side of the lighthouse.

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Penneshaw Beach
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Penneshaw Maritime & Folk Museum
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Seal Bay
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Flinders Chase National Park
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Kingscote Airport
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Penneshaw Penguin Centre
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Kangaroo Island Weather

Apr 11, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
7 ~ 17
Apr 12, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
13 / 18
Apr 13, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
13 / 23
Apr 14, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
11 / 20
Apr 15, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
7 / 20
Apr 16, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
11 / 19
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Kangaroo Island
Apr 11, 2021 Kangaroo Island Weather:Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:10-17 kph, Humidity:50%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:42/18:02
Kangaroo Island Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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