SA Kangaroo Island

The  Remarkable Rocks KIRemarkable Red Rocks KI SA Close Up of  Australian Sea Lions KI Kangaroo Island Letterboxes  A Pair of Australian Sea Lions  Town of Penneshaw  KI Cape Couedic Lighthouse KI  NZ Fur Seal Swimming KI  NZ Fur Seals on The  Beach at Kangaroo IslandWild Koala in The Bush Kangaroo Island  Wild Koala On The Ground At Kangaroo IslandRemarkable Rocks Dwarfing People KI Remarkable Rocks on Kangaroo Island SA Remarkable Rocks With Red Lichen KI  View of the  Southern Ocean KI  Wild Echidna Kangaroo Island
 Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island and is only 13.5 kilometres off the SA coast.  KI as it is known, is rugged and wild and abounds with native wildlife – a great place to see koalas and echidnas in the wild. Predominantly agricultural with a few towns and settlements, the island offers beaches with seals and sea lions, old lighthouses and the famous ‘Remarkable Rocks’.  A fantastic place to chill out, sample the local wines, observe native animals and let the wind blow through your hair – away from it all!