Enjoy a day filled with rugged and unspoilt scenery, natural phenomenon and native wildlife in their natural surrounds.
Discover Kangaroo Island’s natural beauty and native wildlife as you visit the island’s must-see sights; Seal Bay Conservation Park and Flinders Chase National Park.
Seal Bay Conservation Park is home to a protected colony of Australian Sea Lions. A guided tour will show you these intriguing creatures in their natural environment of sand dunes, beaches and ocean. Have your camera ready to photograph the sea lions playing in the sea or lazing in the sun.
Set off for Marron Café, which is famous for its fresh crayfish. A tasty two-course luncheon, accompanied by a glass of wine, beer or a soft drink will be served at the café, as one of the best places to eat on the island.
After lunch, your journey takes you to Flinders Chase National Park. The park is a protected area boasting stunning landscapes and two impressive and unusual natural geological landmarks; ‘Remarkable Rocks’ and ‘Admirals Arch’.
‘Remarkable Rocks’ are an impressive cluster of precariously balanced granite boulders, perched above the sea. As you walk along the dedicated boardwalk, you’ll see how the erosive forces of nature have shaped the rocks over the last 500 million years.
‘Admirals Arch’ is a rugged caved arch naturally sculpted out of volcanic rock by years of weathering. The scenic boardwalk leading to the arch, offers panoramic views of the coastline as well as the opportunity to see the New Zealand Fur Seals which inhabit the coves.
Note: Admirals Arch is located down two sets of steps, however these are optional. There are around ten steps down to Seal Bay Beach. The Seal Bay boardwalk is 800 yards long. Your driver is also your guide. Special dietary requests can be accommodated for those who cannot eat crayfish, however these have to be requested at least two days in advance of the call.