Kangaroo Island is Australia's third largest island. It is easily accessible by regular passenger and car ferry services which link the island to Cape Jervis, 18 kilometres away on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
The natural attractions of Kangaroo Island make it one of South Australia's most popular places to visit. National parks cover extensive parts of the island, featuring sandy beaches, clear waters, rugged coastlines, bushland, huge sand dunes, lakes and native wildlife. A unique experience is the opportunity to walk among Australian sea lions on the beach at Seal Bay.
Kangaroo Island is an important food region which yields gourmet produce including premium southern rock lobster, cheese and wine.