3 Day Kangaroo Island Tour

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    Experience the wild side of Kangaroo Island on the 3 Day Kangaroo Island Tour with Real Aussie Adventures. This tour will take you on a breathtaking journey through one of Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders, where you’ll be surrounded by unspoiled wilderness, amazing wildlife, and stunning coastal landscapes.

    The tour starts with a comfortable return ferry from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island, where you’ll be met by an air-conditioned coaster bus that will take you on a scenic journey around the island. Throughout the tour, you’ll be accompanied by an expert storyteller guide who will share with you the history, culture, and natural beauty of the area.

    The tour includes two nights of swag camping accommodation with facilities, providing a unique opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy the fresh air under the stars.

    During the tour, you’ll have the chance to explore Kangaroo Island’s many wonders, including Seal Bay Conservation Park, where you’ll have the opportunity to see sea lions basking on the beach. You’ll also visit Flinders Chase National Park, where you’ll be awed by the spectacular natural rock formations at Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch.

    All activities and experiences are included in the tour, as well as meals, national park and entrance fees, and return SeaLink bus connections from Adelaide to Cape Jervis.

    With a maximum group size of just 20 people, you can be sure to receive a personalized and authentic experience on this tour. Don’t miss out on the chance to explore one of Australia’s most beautiful destinations with Real Aussie Adventures. Book your 3 Day Kangaroo Island Tour today!

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    Kangaroo Island Adventure Tour

    Adult( 13 - 99 ) From $806
    Child( 2 - 12 ) From $644
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      Day 1: Adelaide to Kangaroo Island

      Today, there’s an early start to catch your 6.45 am SeaLink bus transfer from Adelaide CBD to the ferry terminal at Cape Jervis. Board the ferry for a 45-minute cruise to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. Your Guide will meet you here and give you an overview of the adventure ahead for the next few days. Throughout your tour, you’ll also have the opportunity to become a citizen scientist and contribute to conservation efforts and research on the island in partnership with Passport to Recovery. Hop on board the bus and take a scenic coastal drive to Pennington Bay on the island’s south coast. With powerful swells rolling in, this beach is famed for its epic surf breaks. Climb the 500 steps to the top of Prospect Hill, the highest point on Kangaroo Island, for rewarding views and to get your
      bearings. Kangaroo Island is the world’s oldest bee sanctuary and is home to the only pure strain of Ligurian Bee in the world. Pop into a honey farm to learn all about these fascinating creatures and, of course, do a tasting. We’ll have a picnic lunch here before setting off to Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Oil Distillery and family-owned Dudley Wines, where you can sprawl out on their lush lawns and take in the incredible views over the ocean – the perfect place to relax and connect with your fellow travellers. Come late afternoon, arrive at our campsite, aptly named “Happiness”. Featuring private access to one of Kangaroo Island’s most stunning beaches – Antechamber Bay, you’ll be right at home here for the next two nights. Enjoy some free time to relax or take a walk down to the beach.
      Tonight, roll out your swag underneath the billions of stars of the Milky Way and feel an incredible connection with nature.
      Today, we drive approximately 240 km.
      Accommodation: Swag camping is on private property

      Meals L | D

      Day 2: Kangaroo Island

      After breakfast, it’s time for an incredible wildlife encounter. Seal Bay is home to the third-largest colony of endangered Australian sea lions, with around 800 calling the bay home. Join a 45-minute tour with the National Parks & Wildlife guides, who know pretty much everything there is to know about these beautiful creatures. Follow a boardwalk through the dunes down to the beach, and on
      the way, pass sea lions snoozing or even lying in the middle of the beach path and learn about conservation efforts to save this endangered species.
      Next, we’ll set our coordinates for the iconic Flinders Chase National Park, located at the northwestern point of the island. This park is renowned for its rock formations, impressive beaches, and abundant wildlife.
      At Admirals Arch, wander along a boardwalk as you soak up the serenity and keep your eyes peeled for the resident New Zealand fur seals. Marvel at the Remarkable Rocks, shaped by nature for over 500 million years.
      After a full day, head back towards camp for some free time to reflect and relax before dinner.
      Today, we drive approximately 350 km.
      B | L | D

      Day 3: Kangaroo Island to Adelaide

      Start the final day of your tour with a morning bush walk not far from camp, and after packing up, we’ll bid farewell to Happiness. Along the quiet north coast of the island, find spectacular bird life in the shallow, calm waters of the lagoon and in the trees. Here, we will find a spot to have our final meal together, followed by a nice stroll along the water, looking for the many different species that inhabit the American River. In the warmer months, weave your way through a labyrinth of caves before emerging at the beach voted best in Australia in 2023 – Stokes Bay. If the weather is right, enjoy some free time to snorkel among the rock pools or soak up the surrounding landscape. This afternoon, have the opportunity to “give back” during a conservation volunteering experience. What we do this afternoon depends on the time of year, but you might find yourself collecting seeds, helping at a not-for-profit wildlife organisation or doing a beach clean-up. After a fabulous Kangaroo Island tour, arrive in Penneshaw for your 5.30 pm ferry back to the mainland.

      Once you arrive in Cape Jervis, your SeaLink bus connection will have you back in Adelaide at 9 pm.

      Meals B | L

      Booking Info
      • See Flinders Chase National Park’s otherworldly rock formations
      • Wander amongst a fur seal colony at Seal Bay
      • Immerse yourself in nature’s playground on rewarding hikes
      • Stargaze from your swag under the billions of stars of the Milky Way
      • Participate in meaningful conservation work and learn from environmental experts
      • Swim and snorkel at secluded white sandy beaches
      • See abundant native wildlife from the land, sea and sky
      • To get the most from our Kangaroo Island adventure tours, you need to enjoy the outdoors and be able to cope with the elements. Please pack appropriately.
      • A moderate fitness level is required, and you need to be prepared for walks between 2-5 kilometres on some days. This may involve rough ground and perhaps getting wet.
      • Please advise of any special dietary requirements when you book. We offer plenty of variety and do our best to provide fresh products. Snacks, soft drinks and alcohol are not included.
      • Bags are restricted to 1 × 15 kg backpack/soft travel bag per person, plus one small piece of hand luggage.
      • As part of our COVID-Safe protocols, all passengers must complete online check-in, including a ‘Fit for Travel’ self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness. This is mandatory and must be completed at the latest 24 hours before departure.
      • This tour requires a minimum of six people to operate. In the unlikely event your departure is cancelled because minimum numbers have not been met, we will transfer all monies paid onto a future departure date. If this is not suitable, we will refund your tour price in full.
      • Please note that on occasion, the ferry times will change from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm, with the return time to Adelaide bus station at 10:30 pm. If this is the case, you will be informed two days before the tour departs Adelaide.
      • Please read our full Booking Terms & Conditions before booking.
      • Enjoy a 10% discount on our package for bookings made between June 1 and August 31, 2024.
      Where will I sleep on tour?

      Camping accommodation is at a private property called Happiness at Antechamber Bay. Here, you can roll out your swag and camp under the stars in the camping area. The property also has a camp kitchen, bathroom and lounge facilities. It is also only a 10-minute wander down a bush track to a magical beach.
      If it’s too cold or wet to camp outside around the campfire, there is enough room to roll out our swags indoors in the old wine cellar where our lounge, kitchen and bathroom facilities are.
      When camping, we use single swags. Swags are ‘Aussie Bed Rolls’ made from sturdy canvas with a mattress built into the swag. Passengers must provide a sleeping bag and pillow to
      insert into the swag.
      This is a camping tour, and involvement from the passengers is required. This can include helping with meals and packing up camp

      What will the weather be like on tour?

      Weather conditions in Australia can change quickly, and our experienced guides will always put the safety of our passengers first and stay abreast of weather conditions.
      Itinerary changes may occur to ensure we provide the best possible experience. For example, if it is wet or cold, your Guide may change the beach and outdoor activities with
      indoor experiences such as visiting the Lavender Farm, Georges Castle and other cellar
      doors. Regardless of the weather, there is plenty to do, and any itinerary changes will be communicated to the group in advance.There’s no such thing as bad weather.
      Peak season on the island might be summer, but for nature lovers, the cooler months provide just as much fun and adventure. After all, as the saying goes, “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing”.
      In autumn, the wind is low, and the days are bright and clear. The calm weather makes autumn a wonderful time for snorkelling and bushwalking. Come winter, birdlife is teeming, and the seascapes seem even more dramatic. Kangaroo joeys emerge from their mothers’ pouches, and young koalas are easily spotted, perched on their mums’ backs. Winter is whale time with the annual migration of the Southern Right Whales. You can often spot mothers and their young resting along the sheltered bays. It is also when the bush bursts into colour as native plants bloom. It really is a photographer’s


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