Tuesday, 22 September 2020

The lazy man's way to explore Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is bouncing back and a new tour tour offers the chance to indulge your taste buds and get up close to the local wildlife. 

SeaLink's new Kangaroo Island Sip & See Day Tour will operate every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday until March 2021 for $256 per person, twin share.

It can be experienced as a day tour - departing by coach from Adelaide - or guests can meet the ferry at Cape Jervis as an Escape one-day, one-night package or as part of a two-day tour. 

All tours include return ferry transfers and air-conditioned coach touring with a local Kangaroo Island driver/guide who will provide commentary throughout the day.


The Kangaroo Island Sip & See Day Tour kicks off with a Birds of Prey presentation at Raptor Domain featuring wedge-tailed eagles and barn owls.

Then it is off to Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery for a two-course lunch followed by a history talk and a guided tour of the oil distillery. Enjoy free time to discover an assortment of eucalyptus products and a great range of gifts in the souvenir shop.

Next stop is Clifford's Honey Farm shop to learn about Ligurian honeybees, see a working beehive, taste different varieties of pure Kangaroo Island Ligurian honey, sample honey beauty products and honey ice-cream.

Kangaroo Island Spirits offers the opportunity to taste some award-winning gins

This boutique distillery specialises in hand-crafted premium Australian spirits made using native Australian botanicals and locally grown or sourced ingredients. 

False Cape Wines serves premium Kangaroo Island wines overlooking the idyllic bushland and vineyard surrounds before visitors back to the mainland.

The one-night, one-day Kangaroo Island Sip & See Escape includes the one-day tour plus pre-tour overnight accommodation and a buffet breakfast at Kangaroo Island Seafront Hotel Penneshaw. 

In addition to visiting the attractions on the Sip & See day tour, the Ultimate Kangaroo Island two-day visits the Seal Bay Conservation Park for a guided beach walk among a colony of rare, wild Australian sea lions; Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park - which was used as a koala hospital and animal refuge during and after the devastating bushfires in December 2019 and January 2020 - and the Flinders Chase National Park. 

The tour also includes enjoy a two-course pub lunch in the soldier settlement township of Parndana and overnight accommodation and full breakfast at a variety of Kangaroo Island hotels.

The Kangaroo Island Sip & See Day tour operates every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday and departing Cape Jervis is priced from $256 per adult and $169 per child. 

The Kangaroo Island Sip & See Day Tour departing Adelaide is $304 per adult and $194 per child and includes return travel to Kangaroo Island by coach and selected pick-up and set down from Adelaide or Glenelg hotels.

The Kangaroo Island Sip & See Escape Tour and two-day Ultimate tour departs Adelaide every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.

The Kangaroo Island Sip & See Escape Tour is priced from $458 per person twin share, while the two-day Ultimate Kangaroo Island Tour is priced from $644 per person twin share. 

For further information visit www.sealink.com.au


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