- Visit the picturesque beach side village of Penneshaw
- Enjoy a guided tour along the pure-white beach of Seal Bay and walk within metres of Australian sea lions
- Take a hike to watch kangaroos hopping about the bush, koalas nesting in their favourite gum trees and possibly, spot a shy echidna shuffling past
- 1 Breakfast, 2 lunches and 1 dinner
- Ferry transfer
- National Park entry fees
From your comfortable bus you’ll appreciate the fantastic coastal views as you head towards Kangaroo Island along the Fleurieu Peninsula. After driving for 90 minutes, you hop aboard the massive ferry for the 45 minute cruise to the picturesque beachside village of Penneshaw, where you'll stock up on supplies. Your first stop is Prospect Hill, where a moderately easy climb offers magnificent 360-degree views of Australia’s third-largest island. The highlight for many is the guided tour along the pure-white beach of Seal Bay, where you can walk within metres of countless Australian Sea Lions snoozing on the sand or frolicking in the surf. Or maybe your favourite part will be the Flinders Chase National Park in the far west of the island, which hosts two extraordinary geological features: the Remarkable Rocks and the Admirals Arch, which is also home to a colony of New Zealand Fur Seals.
Your dormitory style accommodation is located within a farm on the edge of the national park. After dinner, sit around the campfire swapping stories and maybe spotting wildlife, such as kangaroos and possums.
After breakfast your wildlife adventure continues! In the cooler morning weather, you can hike one of the many walking trails on the island where you can watch kangaroos hopping about the bush, koalas nesting in their favourite gum trees and possibly, spot a shy echidna shuffling past. In the summer months we spend some time swimming and snorkelling in search of the elusive leafy sea dragon which resides off the coast. You can laze about Vivonne Bay, Hanson Bay, Stokes Bay or one of the other superb beach spots with their pristine sand and clear water, or alternatively you can follow the nearby trail along the beach and river to search for more wildlife.
The action packed afternoon starts with sand-boarding down the Little Sahara dunes. You'll leisurely paddle with kayaks along the Harriet River, but if you do crave something more adventurous, quad-biking along rocky paths through dense scrub is an optional extra.
From Penneshaw, you'll reluctantly take the ferry to Cape Jervis for the short drive back to Adelaide to arrive at around 8:30pm.
Pick ups from Adelaide from 5:30am and Glenelg at 6:30am