This gorgeous wild National Park is situated on Kangaroo Island.
Seal Bay Conservation Park on Kangaroo Island has a truly beautiful location, with coastal scenery and hilly backdrops this is a perfect place to go for stroll.
Kangaroo Island is home to a wide array of Australia’s local wildlife. Spot wallabies, penguins, koalas and kangaroos on your journey.
It's Kangaroo Island - and only a stone's throw away from the coast of South Australia, making it your ideal holiday destination.
And when a panel of 522 experts ranked the world's islands by comparing their commitment to sustainable tourism and preserving the environment - Kangaroo Island came out on top. National Geographic Traveler magazine has applauded its natural attractions and sensitivity to the environment - why don't you see for yourself?
In Kangaroo Island's pasture lands, local farmers produce wine, sheep's milk cheese, and the best Liguran honey you'll get this side of Italy.
On the west coast of Kangaroo Island, where the raging Southern Ocean smashes against impassive rocks, teams of ecologists keep an eye on the Australian sea lions and New Zealand fur seals. And in the east, people relax with a quiet drink and a great meal after a day of snorkelling or diving, then duck out in time to see little penguins make their nightly pilgrimage to the shore.
That's the thing about Kangaroo Island - you have to see it all.