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Island Trekker Tours

Discover and explore the nature, wildlife, local produce and all major attractions of Kangaroo Island on an all inclusive coach or four wheel drive vehicle day tour with Kangaroo Island Trekker Tours (Kangaroo Island Tourist Services). Tours can also be designed to suit your needs.

Touring Options

Heartlands Day Tour – KITS02

The Heartlands day tour includes Clifford’s Honey Farm, Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery, Parndana Wildlife Park, Soldier Settler Museum and Island Pure Sheep Diary.

. Clifford’s Honey Farm – Kangaroo Island is home to the world’s only pure strain of Ligurian Bee. It is illegal to bring any honey products on to the island. Visitors can see bees at work in a glass hive and local apiarists provide interesting information about bee handling, extraction and exporting products. The tour includes a free tasting of the different types of honey produced.

. Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery – first established by Fauldings in 1923, the distillery was reopened in 1991. With regular production each week, using century old methods, oil is distributed throughout Australia. Oil is available for purchase on site.

. Parndana Wildlife Park – an award winning park giving visitors the opportunity to mingle with many of the island’s native animal and bird inhabitants. Hand feeding kangaroos and wallabies, patting a koala and a walk through aviary are part of a really enjoyable animal hour.

. The Soldier Settler Museum – a modern historical display telling the stories of the development of the Soldier Settlement Scheme in the early 1950s. A short stop will give visitors a snap shot of the lives of Kangaroo Island’s settlers before 240 volt power, good roads and telephones existed. Many tales of logging, chaining, dozing and lavvy (lavatory) lane will capture your imagination.

. Island Pure Sheep Dairy – visitors have a rare opportunity to glimpse the making of sheep dairy products from the milking to the tasting. The tour includes a tasting session where you can sample the five different cheeses and two yoghurts produced on site.

. Operates:
. By arrangement at 0945 to 1745.

Back to Nature Day Tour – KITS01

Highlights of the Back to Nature day tour include Seal Bay, Hanson Bay Sanctuary, Flinders Chase National Park, Rocky River, Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch and Weirs Cove, Seal Bay – a unique look at Australian sea lions in their natural habitat, where they rest and nurse their young. The colony of several hundred sea lions is protected as a Conservation Park and Aquatic Reserve. Guided tours are provided by Interpretative Officers from the National Parks and Wildlife South Australia.

. Hanson Bay Sanctuary – home to a large number of koalas. Stroll down Manna Gum track to experience a rare opportunity to view these wonderful animals in their natural habitat.

. Flinders Chase National Park – this park covers 10 per cent of the island’s surface area and is the only national park. The main attractions within the chase are – Rocky River, a newly established National Parks and Wildlife entry point into the Chase with an interpretative centre and eating facilities nestled in amongst native vegetation and fauna. Remarkable Rocks, a natural granite rock formation made up of cavernous and weirdly shaped granite boulders. Admirals Arch, offers spectacular views, as well as a viewing platform to watch New Zealand fur seals and sea lions in their natural habitat. Weirs Cove, a landing, which was a critical point of entry for supply ships for light keepers and their families, its original ruins stand amongst native vegetation today.

. Operates:
. By arrangement at 0945 to 1745.


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