- SeaLink Ferry Board the ferry to Kangaroo Island.
- Cape Willoughby Lighthouse guided visit Enjoy a guided tour of Cape Willoughby. Take in the beautiful ocean backdrop from the top of the lighthouse, hear stories of working and living in the remote environment, and learn about the importance of coastal shipping to early Colonial trading.
- Prospect Hill walking trail Admire the view from the top of Prospect Hill. Atop a long flight of stairs, the view is worth the climb!
- Eucalyptus Distillery guided visit Discover the history of the Eucalyptus oil industry on Kangaroo Island. Once a major industry employing over 600 people which declined in favour of more commercially viable farming, revived almost 100 years later with a vision of heritage preservation, environmental sustainability, land management and revegetation.
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- Flinders Chase National Park visit Explore the rugged wilderness of Flinders Chase National Park and see iconic landmarks including the world-famous Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch, a natural rock formation shaped by the powerful Southern Ocean - and a great place for spotting long-nosed fur seals. Visit Cape du Couedic Lighthouse, constructed between 1906-1909 using 2,000 pieces of local stone, and learn why it was so essential to this area.
- Honey Farm guided visit Learn about Ligurian Bees and honey production from one of the first organic honey producers in Australia.
- Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park guided visit Interact with Australian Wildlife at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, home to Koalas, Kangaroos, Echidnas and more. Learn about endangered species and rescued wildlife, conservation, habitat restoration and revegetation, from the parks knowledgeable educators.
- Seal Bay Conservation Park guided visit Seal Bay has been home to an Australian sea lion population for thousands of years, and offers one of the most immersive nature-based experiences in the world. With no enclosures or cages, you can venture into the heart of the colony, where experienced guides will teach you about these endangered animals and their important work in conservation - the total population of this species is about 12,000.
- Little Sahara visit Known for its spectacular white sand-dunes, Little Sahara offers the opportunity for tobogganing down it's incredible dunes.
- SeaLink Ferry Board the ferry at Penneshaw and journey back to Cape Jervis on the South Australian coast.
- Victor Harbor Enjoy a self guided walk around Victor Harbor before you begin your journey home.
- Optional Extension: Victor Harbor
- South Australian Whale Centre visit Learn about the local whaling history, the industry's role in ecotourism and its effect on the economy as you are immersed in the world of these gentle giants.
- Granite Island Recreation Park visit Formed 500 million years ago and characterised by huge granite boulders tinged with orange lichen, the island is now home to fairy penguins - the worlds smallest penguin species! Journey across the wooden causeway to the island and explore all that awaits.
- Farmers Market visit Learn about the local organic produce of the Fluerieu Peninsula.