Kangaroo Island Wildlife Day Trip from Adelaide Including Seal Bay
Your first official stop will be Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery where you will listen to an introductory talk about the history of the oil distillery and take a guided tour. Finish off with some free time in their souvenir shop where you will find an assortment of Eucalyptus products. Continue onto Vivonne Bay Bistro located on a 260 hectare bush property, for a delicious two course lunch.
After lunch visit Seal Bay Conservation Park and enjoy a guided beach walk with a National Park Ranger amongst a breeding colony of wild and rare Australian sea lions. Your tour will then visit another amazing wildlife attraction, the fascinating In-flight Birds of Prey Display. Enjoy a delightful interactive experience and meet an array of birds and raptors.
From here you will travel to Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park where you can get up close with koalas, see penguins swim and play, hand feed kangaroos and wallabies, learn about endangered species, interact with snakes, crocodiles and reptiles and experience Kangaroo Island Wildlife at your fingertips! Return to Penneshaw Ferry Terminal for the return journey to Adelaide.
- National Park fees
- Lunch - 2-course lunch
- Local guide
- Live commentary on board
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Entry/Admission - Seal Bay Conservation Park
- Entry/Admission - Raptor Domain
- Entry/Admission - Emu Ridge Eucalyptus
- Entry/Admission - Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
Oh dear! I could just about cope with the 0615 start, but not the 2230 finish as well. Not enough time looking at the beautiful scenery, way too long at the sea lions and roos. However, the raptor show was brilliant. But the lunch was very mediocre indeed. And after lunch nothing, nor any plan to provide dinner. Lunch at mid-day and dinner after 10.30 pm?? I don't think so. Had it been 150 I could maybe have gritted my teeth and accepted it. But for the actual cost it was outrageous. Hire a car and catch the ferry it'll be cheaper and you'll see more.