During your stay, enjoy a day trip – Kangaroo Island has plenty to do and see – all easily accessible from White Sands Holiday Rental and White Shells Holiday Rental
Things to Do When Exploring Kangaroo Island, South Australia. We’re confident you’ll love our luxury accommodation on Kangaroo Island in South Australia, but when you’re ready to leave home comforts and explore the outdoors, we highly recommend the following amazing adventures: It is always refreshing to visit a place that is unlike where you live. If you are from a densely-populated area with lots of traffic, you’ll appreciate a few days without traffic or bustle on Kangaroo Island. Clear waters, tranquil beaches, beautiful wildlife, and cool breezes on the island are lifting and liberating. Being connected to the Australian mainland by only a ferry line, the seclusion on Kangaroo Island will give you every opportunity to be at peace.
The island was named after its population of Australia’s favourite oversized mammals, kangaroos. If you’ve never seen a kangaroo before, they are enormous and graceful marsupial creatures. A coastal wilderness walk can extend for kilometres: walk in peace with nature and marvel at the local animal life. Wallabies, blue wrens, magpies, and pelicans make their home in this area, making Kangaroo Island an animal and bird watcher’s paradise.
As an island that’s been relatively untouched regarding urban development, Kangaroo Island boasts its fair share of undeniably beautiful beaches. For calm and clear condition. The pristine coast offers some of the most beautiful surfing and swimming beaches in the whole southern hemisphere. Fishers come to Kangaroo Island for self-catering accommodation and the fresh and tasty whiting to catch off the beach.
You won’t struggle to find excellent cafes and restaurants serving a variety of delicious food on Kangaroo Island. Eat your fill of fresh seafood, from whiting to oysters to marron. Spend a day tasting at a few of the island’s numerous wineries – don’t miss the exceptional Cabernets and Shirazes produced on the island. You and your group of friends can enjoy a day on the clear water and come home to relax and enjoy the evening on the deck.
Kelly Hill is a nature park that’s home to an intricate cave system, making it popular among travellers with a sense of adventure.
The Remarkable Rocks are an icon of South Australia, one that many Australians could probably recognise if shown a picture. But it isn’t until you’re visit them yourself that you really understand what makes them special; the strangeness of their weathered shapes sitting on on a bare rock, surrounded by low scrub and little else.
Created by natural natures forces Admirals Arch is one of the biggest attractions on Kangaroo Island. Come and see for yourselves the beauty nature creates. One of the many Aussie natural attraction on Kangaroo Island.
Cape du Couedic Lighthouse is one of the many Kangaroo Island’s iconic attraction and a must visit sight when on the Island. Constructed between the years 1906–1909 the Lighthouse consists of a tower built from 2,000 pieces of local stone, having three to four-roomed cottages to house the head keeper along with two assistants and their families.