Kangaroo Island, or KI as the locals call it, is one of the world’s great nature-based destinations. It has 509 kilometres of coastline and is 155km long from east to west. You’ll discover native bushland, wildlife galore, pristine beaches, local wines and gourmet seafood.
Kangaroo Island can be reached by a 45-minute vehicle and passenger ferry trip from Cape Jervis, on the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula south of Adelaide, or a 20-minute plane flight.
Tour company, KI Odysseys have been operating personalised, luxury 4WD tours on KI for over 30 years. Their expert tour guides are locals who have enormous respect and affection for this pristine piece of Australia. They are committed to Kangaroo Island’s conservation and preservation.
“Following the devastating bushfires of 2019/20, Kangaroo Island has recovered amazingly. Mother Nature is so incredible”, says the company’s Marketing Manager, Julie-Anne Briscoe.
“Hopping on a one-, two- or three-day tour with KI Odysseys is a brilliant way to see the island and view the recovery and regeneration”, said Julie-Anne
“We’ll take you to all the iconic locations such as Seal Bay, Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks in the Flinders Chase National Park, and to our private heritage-listed bushland property to dine under your own private pavilion amongst the canopies of eucalypts, home to many of the island’s koalas.
There’s so much more to show you, from our incredible beaches, swimming with dolphins, Gin tasting, honey farms and of course meeting our beautiful KI kangaroos and other wildlife.
There are also some great accommodation from hotels to private eco-retreats. There’s something for everyone on KI. It’s an experience you will never forget”.