Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island Tours and Tickets

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Free admission

With its unmistakably Aussie name, it’s little surprise that Kangaroo Island is one of the best places to spot native Australian wildlife. Australia's third-largest island, this unspoiled haven is a trove of natural wonders, from red rock cliffs to sandy beaches, sweeping dunes, and wild bushlands.

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Renuka_M, Nov 2023
Great tour guide with extensive knowledge
Great knowledgeable tour guide well versed in flora, fauna as well as history of the island. Will was a delight and very respectful of the tourists needs. He even had personal story to share living on Kangaroo island. The day was dreary but the tour guide Will make it all the more enjoyable. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ to Will!
Stephen_H, Nov 2023
Excellent full day tour that I would highly recommend
Great full day tour. 6.10 am pick up for bus from Adelaide to Cape Jervis was right on time. Pleasant ferry trip to Kangaroo Island then picked up by coach for a 9 hour tour of the island including a very nice lunch. Our tour guide Scot new everything about the island and explained everything to us. Got back to our Adelaide apartment at 10.30 pm so a very full day tour.
whiteannemarie, Nov 2023
Amazing tour guide - a day we will always remember.
One of the best tours I have ever done. From start to finish our guide Nicky ensured we saw as much of her amazing island as possible. A friendly and very knowledgeable lady who gave us an amazing day exploring the fantastic Kangaroo Island. Would recommend this tour.
Elizabeth_H, Oct 2023
Perfect Day
Loved seeing the famous landmarks of Kangaroo Island with our knowledgeable guide, Luca, who also cooked us a BBQ lunch served with local wines. A fantastic day.
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Q:What time of year is best to visit Kangaroo Island?
A:Aussie summers (December–February) are the most popular time to visit Kangaroo Island, and for good reason—the sunny weather is perfect for beach days, and it’s breeding season for the island’s wildlife. But you don’t have to visit in summer. With mild year-round temperatures, the island is a four-season destination.
Q:How many days do you need to see Kangaroo Island?
A:Although it’s possible to experience the highlights of Kangaroo Island on a day trip from Adelaide, a minimum of two days is recommended. With a weekend or more, you can see sights like Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch, swim and surf at Emu Bay and Stokes Bay along the north coast of Kangaroo Island, and go wildlife watching.
Q:Is it worth going to Kangaroo Island?
A:Yes, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third-largest island and one of South Australia’s most-visited destinations. Come to explore the natural wonders of Flinders Chase National Park, watch the little penguins at Penneshaw, surf and stroll along sandy beaches, and spot wildlife, including koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, and fur seals.
Q:Are there tours to Kangaroo Island?
A:Yes, there are many options for day or multi-day tours to Kangaroo Island from nearby Adelaide with return transport by ferry. Popular Kangaroo Island tickets for tours include 4WD tours of Flinders Chase National Park, food and wine tasting tours, wildlife-watching safaris, and outdoor activities such as sandboarding, kayaking, biking, and boat cruises.
Q:What is not allowed in Kangaroo Island?
A:Strict rules are enforced to maintain the pest-free ecosystems of Kangaroo Island. Items that can’t be brought from mainland Australia include certain animals and plants, honey products (to protect the island’s native Ligurian bees), and unwashed potatoes (which can carry disease). You should also clean hiking boots and camping equipment.
Q:Is Kangaroo Island walkable?
A:No, Kangaroo Island is 96 miles (155 kilometers) long with no public transport, so you’ll need your own vehicle or to join a tour to explore the island. However, hikers can enjoy a variety of trails, including the popular 37-mile (60-kilometer) Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail from Flinders Chase National Park.