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Parks & nature in Kangaroo Island

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“Spectacular rocks and views of the rugged coastline including Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch.”
15 locals recommend
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“Iconic Seal Bay offers the attraction of a life time. Located in the heart of the world's third-largest Australian sea lion colony where you can relax and enjoy a unique insight into these endangered animals. You have a choice of taking a personalized guided tour on the beach, up close to the seals basking on the sand or walk the 800 metre boardwalk to Seal Bay lookout which is ideal for those who don't have much time to visit this attraction or have access requirement. No need to book, tours are offer everyday except X-Mas day and offer every hour on the hour from 9am daily. ”
5 locals recommend
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“Favorite for children to see Kangaroo Island's native animal species, up close and personal. As well as Australian Native species. Pat koalas and hand feed Kangaroo Island kangaroos. Plus much more. Cafe available for bring your own picnic.”
5 locals recommend
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“The uniqueness of the transformation of the rocks by nature. Close to Admirals Arch where hundreds of sea lions and the arch of rock.”
8 locals recommend
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“With its unspoiled wilderness and stunning beauty, Seal Bay has been home to an Australian sea lion population for thousands of years, and offers one of the most exceptional nature-based experiences in the world. There are no enclosures or cages at Seal Bay. Instead, you will be taken into the heart of the colony where our experienced guides will teach you about these endangered animals. If you prefer, you can set your own pace on the wheelchair accessible 900 metre (return) boardwalk which meanders through the dunes to a number of viewing platforms. Australian sea lions are unique to South Australia and Western Australia. They are an endangered species – their total population is about 14,700. Seal Bay is the third largest colony of this magnificent, wild creature. This is the only place in the world where you can see Australian sea lions at close quarters and walk on a beach where pups play, bulls fight for supremacy and resting mothers suckle their young. At Seal Bay you’ll have incredible views of the extraordinary coastline and sea lion colony, you’ll walk through an untouched dune system, and onto a pristine sandy beach. You will be given unique insights into how these endangered animals fish, surf, rest, interact with their pups and defend their territory.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Whale watching Light house tours of the first Light house built in South Australia”
1 local recommends
Beach
“A small pebble beach tucked away in a delightful cover on the North Coast of Kangaroo Island.”
1 local recommends