Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Kangaroo Island
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Kangaroo Island
Set just off the coast of Adelaide in South Australia is the pristine paradise of Kangaroo Island. The island boasts an endless array of picturesque nature-scapes, white-sand beaches, and spectacular scenery. Visit wildlife sanctuaries where you can enjoy close-up encounters with a variety of wildlife species, including sea lions, seals, koalas, wallabies, and kangaroos! The island also produces wines and beers, which you can taste at various breweries and wineries scattered around the island. Kangaroo Island offers a unique tropical holiday setting for families, couples, and groups of friends!Finding your perfect holiday rental in Kangaroo Island
Enjoy an idyllic getaway on Kangaroo Island with a holiday rental perfectly suited to your travelling preferences. There are several lettings available around the island in varying sizes, designs, and locations. Opt for a holiday rental right along the sandy coastline where you can enjoy stunning sunset views from your private balcony. Book a rental with a grassy garden area and plenty of trees just a stone’s throw away from the ocean. Splash around in your own private pool or take a dip in the jacuzzi with a variety of rentals offering both. Oversized rentals are available for families, while couples can enjoy cosy 1- or 2-bedroom rentals. Modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and a washing machine are available at nearly all accommodations. If you’re travelling with a furry friend, there are several pet-friendly options to choose from!
Vacations in Kangaroo Island
The area and getting around
Kangaroo Island is situated 8 miles off the coast of South Australia, just southwest of Adelaide. You can either take a 45-minute ferry ride of a 30-minute plane ride from Adelaide to reach the island. There are several ferry and flight options operating daily.Getting around Kangaroo Island
Getting around Kangaroo Island is best done via private vehicle. You can bring your own car to the island by ferry, or you can hire a car from one of the many hire companies after you’ve arrived. The island is the 3rd largest island in Australia, so having a car to get around is a necessity. Not many areas around the island are walkable. Also, taxis and public transport are not readily available.
Travellers and activities
Kangaroo Island is the perfect slice of paradise for families to explore together. Visit the enormous white-sand dunes of Little Sahara where you can try sand boarding. Sandboard rentals are available, and you can glide down the sandy dunes– a fun activity for older kids and teenagers! Also, for a fun coastal adventure go visit the lighthouses around the island! The lighthouses of Cape Borda and Cape Willoughby are some of the top ones to visit.Kangaroo Island for couples
Couples will find plenty of ways to enjoy a holiday in Kangaroo Island! After exploring the pristine beaches around the island, head over to Kangaroo Island Brewery for a tasting of their house-made beers. The aesthetic microbrewery also sells local apple cider and organic wines, as well as an impressive food menu where you can grab a bite to eat. If you enjoyed the beer tasting, be sure not to miss out on the spectacular ocean views and excellent local wines at Dudley Wines. Here you can relax with magnificent views of the ocean and surrounding area as you do a tasting of the house-made wines. You can also order a pizza or a food platter to pair with a glass of wine after the tasting!
After Tasmania and Melville Island, Kangaroo Island is the third-largest island in Australia, measuring just over 1,700 square miles in size!
Top 5 travel tips in Kangaroo Island
Make this your first stop on the island! The nature and coastal landscapes here are among some of the most breathtaking in all of Australia. While here you can explore a variety of walking paths which lead to different natural attractions– Woodlands Walk is a top-rated family-friendly walking path in the park. Stop by Remarkable Rocks where you can view a surreal rock formation with incredible views of the area.2. See Admirals Arch
Set within Flinders Chase Park, Admirals Arch is a must-visit for anyone exploring Kangaroo Island. Walk along the boardwalks as you explore the stunning coastal landscapes which lead to Admirals Arch. The Arch area is home to a seal colony as well as a pristine and untouched coastal area.3. Spend the day at Stokes Beach
The beautiful white-sand cove and gentle waves at Stokes Beach offer the ultimate beach day for families and couples. The beach is not visible from the car park– you’ll have to traverse through a wide tunnel to reach the bay area, but once it is visible, you’ll be blown away by its pristine beauty! It’s the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing beach day swimming and sunbathing.4. See koalas at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
See adorable koala bears in their natural habitat at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. You’ll also see plenty of wild kangaroos hopping around the area! Walk through the sanctuary and be sure to keep a watchful eye out to spot the koala bears in the tree tops!5. Visit Seal Bay Conservation Park
The Seal Bay Conservation Park simply cannot be missed. Here you can visit wild sea lions in their natural habitat during a guided tour. During the informative tour, you’ll walk down the beach to the sea lion colony with a guide who will tell you about the animals as well as about the conservation efforts made by the park. It’s mesmerizing to watch the animals relaxing in their natural habitat!