Kangaroos, koalas, wallabies and fur seals and are some of the residents you may encounter while visiting Australia’s third largest island. In addition to diverse wildlife, Kangaroo Island features diverse landscapes for exploration and numerous outdoor adventures and relaxation. The island is also home to anglers and farmers that produce gourmet foods that shouldn’t be missed. You’ll come for the wildlife and natural beauty and stay for the local arts and cuisine.
What youNEED TO KNOW
Port Name & Location ACST (Australian Central Standard Time) UTC/GMT +9:30 hours
Time Zone ACST (Australian Central Standard Time) UTC/GMT +9:30 hours
Language The language spoken here is English (Australian English).
Currency & Shopping The Australian Dollar (AUD) is the currency accepted in Kangaroo Island. Guests can use VISA and MasterCard are accepted everywhere that takes credit cards.
Best Way to Get Around Organized Shore Excursions
Famous For Kangaroo Island is famous for its abundance of wildlife including kangaroos, koalas and seals. In fact, national parks and reserves make up more than a third of the island.
Fun Fact #1 Artists are lured to Kangaroo Island due the creative inspiration the environment procures with artistry emulating from the heart of the Island.
Fun Fact: Landmarks It took 500 million years for rain, wind, and pounding waves to create these aptly named granite boulders, which are now part of the Flinders Chase National Park.
PORTS OF CALLEMBARK
Kangaroo Island (Australia);
Port Lincoln (Australia);
Burnie (Tasmania) (Australia);