Kangaroo Island Tours

Join us as we travel in small groups, swimming, hiking and exploring Kangaroo Island. We'll see rolling landscapes, incredible coast lines and beaches, Koalas, Fur Seals and of course, tones of Kangaroos!

Kangaroo Island is Australia's third-largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island.

It is 112 kilometres south-west of Adelaide and at its closest point to the mainland, it is 13 kilometres offshore from Cape Jervis, South Australia.

Kangaroo Island was separated from mainland Australia by a rise in sea level more than 9,000 years ago. Stone tools found on the island suggest that Aboriginal people lived there about 11,000 years ago.

It is supposed that they disappeared in 200 BC. Theories about the cause include disease and in-breeding, warfare, climatic change or exodus.

  • Meals & Equipment
  • The Best Itineraries
  • Knowledgable Tour Guides
  • 10% Profits to Charity
  • Vegetarians OK
  • Fantastic Reviews
  • Hot showers & toilets
  • Air-Conditioned Vehicle
  • Small Group Travel