4WD TOUR DESTINATIONS
Flinders Chase National Park - 74,000 hectares (200,000 acres) of natural bushland and spectacular rock formations,
such as Remarkable Rocks and Admiral's Arch. The Cape du Couedic lighthouse stands sentinel over the rugged and
isolated southwestern tip of the island. Driving through the park you will experience the breathtaking coastal
scenery, dense eucalypt forests and wind swept coastal vegetation. The surrounding natural bushland is home to
many species of wildlife. Remarkable Rocks are a cluster of large granite boulders sculptured by weather erosion
into an amazing coastal formation. Admiral's Arch is a natural rock arch formed by pounding seas and winds and
home to a large colony of playful New Zealand Fur Seals.
Grassdale Conservation Park - Grassdale is a former sheep station with restricted access to the public.
Your guide will take you for a walk through this tranquil, historic area where you can find large mobs of Kangaroos.
Seal Bay - Home of the Australian Sea-lions. An opportunity to get a close-up view of the seals swimming
in the surf or basking on the beach. Your personal guide will take you for a walk amongst these enchanting
animals for an unforgettable experience.
Vivonne Bay - Voted the best beach in Australia!
Koalas - Your guide can take you to several locations around the island to observe Koalas in the wild.
Little Sahara - Unique, expansive sand dune area several kilometres from the coast.
Climb to the top for a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
Parndana Wildlife Park - Award winning Wildlife Park in the centre of the island famous for its birds.
It also features kangaroos, Tammar wallabies, koalas, echidnas, emus and more.
An opportunity here to pat a koala and feed a kangaroo.
Stokes Bay - Foot access only through a a cave like track to a lovely secluded
sandy beach with natural rock pool.
Lathami Conservation Park - Home of the Glossy Black Cockatoo.
Enjoy an easy bushwalk through the park in search of the elusive and critically endangered Glossy Black
Cockatoo as well as kangaroos, wallabies and other wildlife.
Kelly Hill Conservation Park - Sugar gum forest, habitat of crimson rosella, rainbow lorikeets and yellow
tailed black cockatoos. Also contains an extensive limestone cave system with not only stalagmites
and stalactites but also the rare helactites.
Western River Cove - Small sandy cove with footbridge access across the river.
This beautiful cove has high rocky cliffs on either side and the drive into this area is spectacular.
Snellings Beach - Wind your way down through the hills towards Snellings Beach with magnificent
coastal views as far as the eye can see.
Platypus Waterholes Walk – A multitude of birdlife, kangaroos, wallabies, geese, echidnas and goannas
are regularly seen on this walk. Your patience may also be rewarded with the sight of a platypus. 4.5 km return
Snake Lagoon Hike – This trail winds through Sugar Gums and mallee before descending into the Rocky River valley.
The trail crosses the river and meanders along its bank to the mouth, providing spectacular views through the
valley and across the Southern Ocean. 3 km return
Rocky River Hike – Linked with the Platypus Waterholes Walk his half day hike meanders through the diverse habitats
of the Rocky River. The trail meanders through forest and woodland, providing picturesque views of the river and
opportunities to watch for platypus. 9 km return
Sandy Creek Hike – Follow the bank of the Sandy Creek before descending into the creek bed for the last
section through the sand dunes and onto a large sandy beach with the Southern Ocean pounding against the shore. 3km return
Breakneck River Hike – Follow the Breakneck River through forest, woodland, mallee and coastal heath to
a picturesque little beach, hemmed in by limestone cliffs. 6 km return
Murray Lagoon - Many waterfowl such as ducks, swans and waders flock to this lagoon to the delight of bird lovers.
Hawks and eagles frequent the area in search of prey.
d’Estrees Bay – Large bay on the South coast with numerous deserted beaches. An osprey nest was recorded in a
painting over 150 years ago by shipwrecked sailors. This nest is still being used by offspring to this day.
The nesting ospreys and occasional sightings of Kangaroos make this area, with its whaling and shipwreck history,
a worthwhile bay to visit.
Eucalyptus Distillery - The only commercial eucalyptus distillery in operation in South Australia.
See the way way they did it in the 1930’s.
Island Pure Sheep dairy - Observe the milking of sheep and making of cheese and yoghurt,
followed by the opportunity to taste these famous products which are based on Spanish, Greek, Italian and Cyprus recipes.
Honey Farm - Discover the process of honey production from the unique Ligurian bee.
Opportunity to sample several flavours as well as delicious honey ice-cream.
Stonor Glass & Silk Studio -
Unique and stunning one-off glass products by Bernie Stonor who specialises in Millefiori and mosaic glass,
a technique developed 5,000 years ago. Sheila Stonor produces individually crafted visually striking silkworks.
Penneshaw - Attractive seaside village with a commanding view of the mainland, just 18km across Backstairs Passage.
Baudin Conservation Park is home to the Tammar wallabies found here in abundance.
Dudley Wines – Kangaroo Island’s pioneer winery
Cape Willoughby Lighthouse - The first lighthouse built in South Australia in 1852 provides spectacular views to the mainland.
Antechamber Bay - The area is full of tracks leading through bushland, sand hills and lagoons. Provides spectacular views
across Backstairs Passage to the mainland.
Various other walking trails, conservation parks, coastal routes with breathtaking views and secluded bays
and beaches can also be included in the itinerary.
As all tours are on a private charter basis, our experienced
specialist guides will tailor-make an itinerary to cater for any special interest or requests you may have.