The third largest island in Australia (measuring 155km from the east to west coasts), Kangaroo Island boasts over 509km of rugged coastline and some of the planet's most breath-taking scenery.
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With native bushland, iconic wildlife and crystal clear waters on offer for the outdoor adventurer in all of us, Kangaroo Island also has some of the finest accommodation and outstanding wine and food experiences in the world.
Put simply, there's nowhere in the world quite like Kangaroo Island.
What are the must-see attractions in Kangaroo Island?
Although not an exhaustive list of things to do on Kangaroo Island, here are some highlights to begin your journey.
From Weirs Cove, Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch and the Cape du Couedic lighthouse, Flinders Chase National Park is well worth the effort, with breathtaking views aplenty to satisfy the avid instagrammer.
With 19 bushwalks , cycle trails and art sculpture paths available, you'll definitely get your exercise, though the pace is entirely up to you. Dive into the island's beautifully clear waters that are said to rival the Great Barrier Reef in marine diversity, and snorkel in one of the island's many coves or beaches.
You'll never be short of a bite to eat on Kangaroo Island. If you're in the mood for self-service, grab a line and catch some tasty seafood off Kingscote Wharf or on the Chapman River. Otherwise head to one of many excellent restaurants or wineries to sample what makes Kangaroo Island such a celebrated culinary destination.