Experience the best of Kangaroo Island
There are so many activities to do on Kangaroo Island! If you're looking to add to your adventure you can book in the experiences you like below.
From swimming with the Dolphins to Quad Biking, Kangaroo Island has it all!
Swimming with the Dolphins
Kangaroo Island Ocean Safari - 2 hour Swim with dolphin / seal / coastal snorkelling
Have the opportunity to swim with wild dolphins OR among seals and snorkel some of Kangaroo Island's stunning coastline. It's an amazing wildlife encounter! KI Ocean Safari will provide wetsuits, mask, snorkel & fins.
Search for the dolphin pods or seals that reside in these coastal waters and take the opportunity to swim alongside them in the wild. A truly unforgettable wildlife encounter. Your friendly guide will also provide informative commentary along the way.
E-Bike Hire Kingscote
Get ready to captivated by the sights & sences that Kangaroo Island has to offer seeing it is one part but experiencing it on a bike is simply amazing come & pick up your Electric bike from the Seaview Motel & begin your self guided journey along our mapped cycling route through the beautiful surrounds of Kingscote. Ride the sceinic coastal trail through to Brownlow beach. Visit Clifford's Honey Farm · 2. Bay of Shoals Winery · 3. Hope Cottage · 4. Fine Art Kangaroo Island · 5. Kangaroo Island Brewery just to mettion a few.
Kangaroo Island Ocean Safari - 75 Minute Safari
Travel along the ancient Kangaroo Island coastline with the opportunity to see dolphins, seals, eagles and other birdlife. Enjoy an exhilarating ride along the beautiful Kangaroo Island coastline. Witness the pristine waters, stunning coastline and marine animals that inhabit this thriving environment. The skipper provides informative commentary as you cruise along. This is a must-do activity while you are on the island.
All Terrain Quad Biking in the Outback
A guided quad bike tour with the team at Kangaroo Island Outdoor Action is the best way to see an otherwise inaccessible part of Kangaroo Island!! Ride your own quad bike (ATV) through 500 acres of open grassland and pristine native bush, checking out wildlife and stunning views of the Southern Ocean along the way. They have a wide variety of terrain and give you the freedom to ride safely to the conditions and within your ability.
Sand Surfing at Little Sahara
Visitors to Kangaroo Island boast that Little Sahara is definitely one of the highlights! Imagine the adrenaline rush as you speed down the massive dunes groomed by Mother Nature. You don’t have to be an adrenaline junky to enjoy, there’s fun for everyone.
Surf the dunes like a pro on a sandboard or just sit down, hang on and slide on toboggans. A must-do family experience! Little Sahara is a spectacular sand dune system covering over two square kilometres with dunes of various sizes and steepness to suit all adventurers!
KI Buggy Adventure
This Buggy adventure takes you to wild places totally inaccessible to anyone else. After admiring koalas in the 500 year old gum trees along the banks of the Eleanor river, your experienced Guide will take you to the edge of the Earth! At the coast you’ll marvel at the beauty of the rugged cliffs, turquoise waters and huge swell. You’ll get to go to a pristine remote beach where there will be nothing between you and Antarctica besides the vast Southern Ocean. Finish off, of course, with a ride through the desert-like landscape of Little Sahara’s epic inland sand dunes. This adventure is sure to be one to remember!
Fat Biking Trails
Fatbikes are designed to carry adventurous riders out into wild places not normally accessible to bicycles. Extra wide 4-5 inch tires on 80mm-100mm wide rims run at a low inflation give a large foot print and massive grip which helps the Fat bike float through sand, mud and other variable terrain, opening the door to epic rides, untracked exploration and mid-winter expeditions.
Sunset Bush Walking
Take a fully guided 90 minute walk with one of our experienced tour guides on your own private exclusive tour! Discover and learn about the nocturnal animals of Kangaroo Island in their natural habitat and environment.
View Koalas, Tammar Wallabies, Kangaroos, Echidnas, Bats and Possums. Take in the spectacular view of the Great Southern Skies on this fun, exciting and educational discovery walk. Our guided nocturnal walk is a must for all international guests!
Up Close and Personal with Seals
Seal Bay has been home to an Australian sea lion population for thousands of years, and offers one of the most exceptional nature-based experiences in the world.
There are no enclosures or cages at Seal Bay. Instead, you will be taken into the heart of the colony where our experienced guides will teach you about these endangered animals. If you prefer, you can set your own pace on the wheelchair accessible 900 metre (return) boardwalk which meanders through the dunes to a number of viewing platforms.
Nocturnal Wildlife Tour
Discover the very best this undisturbed path of Australia has to offer. KI Hire A Guide's personalised 4WD Nocturnal Tours get you out and about around twilight, sunset and immediately after, giving you an unforgettable look some of our state’s most exotic and beautiful animals.
Run by experienced guides who live locally and know the area, you’ll love experiencing the sights and sounds of Kangaroo Island's wildlife after dark. The drop in air temperature and light means the island buzzes with activity as day gives way to night. See how this 155km long island transforms as the sun goes down and the 'local nightlife' warms up.
Birds of Prey Encounter
Raptor Domain is home to the only free flight Birds of Prey presentation in South Australia. Enjoy a delightful interactive experience with our friendly Barn Owls; have a laugh with Banjo and Paterson the laughing Kookaburras; meet an array of birds including majestic Wedge-tailed Eagles; incredibly aerobatic Black Kites; chatty Cockatoos and many more. These presentations are thought of by many to be the most interactive, fun and educational Birds of Prey display they have ever seen.
Join us on an informative, entertaining night walking tour, searching for the little penguins and other wildlife. We are passionate about the little penguins and have lots to share with you. We cannot guarantee we will find the little penguins being wildlife, however we can guarantee you’ll enjoy the tour with our excellent guides. We have approximately 15 breeding pairs and the sightings vary on each tour.
Hold a Koala
Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is one of Kangaroo Island’s best attractions. With over 150 species of Native Australian wildllife and over 600 animals we’ve got all the experiences you could wish for!
From cuddly koalas, slithery snakes, the adorable penguins, and the bouncy roos our park has a wide and exciting range of animals for every age to enjoy.
See the Bees
At Kangaroo Island Living Honey enjoy this fun, hands on, family friendly, educational and unique experience where you will learn about the magnificent Bees!
They deliver this experience on their working honey farm and this is a true hands on experience to share with you the process of being a beekeeper and how we produce some of the best honey in the World.
Explore the Caves
Join a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of Kelly Hill Conservation Park with National Parks and Wildlife Service tour guide. Learn about the Island’s geology and heritage, experience the local bushfire recovery firsthand and get an insight into future plans for the Kelly Hill Conservation Park and Flinders Chase National Park.
Climb Remarkable Rocks
Perched above the sea in Flinders Chase National Park, the impressive Remarkable Rocks form what appear to be a cluster of precariously balanced granite boulders.
This stunning work of nature has been shaped by the erosive forces of wind, sea spray and rain over some 500 million years. The golden orange lichen covering some of the rocks offers visitors wonderful photo opportunities at different times of the day. Interpretation signs share the story of how these intriguing rocks were formed.
There is a viewing platform providing a vantage point for disabled access. The area also provides an excellent vantage point for viewing the photogenic Casuarina Islets.