The best tours Kangaroo Island has on offer is with Adventures Beyond
Kangaroo Island is in the top 5 most desired places in Australia and it is no secret as to why! Kangaroo Island is located about 2 hour drive and a 45 minute boat ride from Adelaide, South Australia and is approx. 155km long by 50km wide. With around 4,500 people and 18,000 koalas, Adventures Beyond is your ticket to explore the wonder of this island with our Kangaroo Island adventure tours.
With amazing sights, rock formations and native untouched bushland as well as some of the best beaches in Australia, Kangaroo Island attractions are a must see for every traveller.
Exciting Kangaroo Island backpacker tours and 2 day tours
If you’re looking for an exhilarating Kangaroo Island 2 day tour of backpacker tour Adventures Beyond can deliver. Adventures Beyond offers great 2 day Kangaroo Island tours perfect for backpackers and adventure travellers.
Small groups with a maximum of 21 people, unique accommodation and unique activities including Kayaking, Optional Quad bike tours, Hiking, Snorkelling, Swimming, Body Boarding, Sand boarding and more make Adventures Beyond’s tours of Kangaroo Island a stand out!
The ultimate Kangaroo Island wilderness tours with Adventures Beyond
Wildlife on Kangaroo Island includes Kangaroos, Wallabies, Australian Sea Lions, New Zealand and Australian Fur Seals, Koalas, Possums, Little Penguins, Goannas, Echidnas, Bandicoots, Platypus, Dolphins, Whales(in season), Glossy Black Cockatoos, Wedge Tailed Eagles and Birds of Prey, Plus lots more! See it all and take in the natural habitats of so many of Australia’s native animals on your Kangaroo Island wilderness tour.
For the best in Kangaroo Island adventure tours, be it for a 2 day tour, backpacker tour or wilderness tour you can’t beat Adventures Beyond.
Contact Adventure Tours Australia today to make a booking or for more information.
Kangaroo Island is often referred to as Australia's Galapagos Island. It has been voted as number 1 island in Asia Pacific Region.
Kangaroo Island is approximately a 2 hour drive South of Adelaide to the town of Cape Jervis, then a 14km (45minute) ferry/boat ride across Backstairs Passage to Penneshaw. It is a must see and do destination in Australia and South Australia. There is no other place in the world with the calibre of beaches, wildlife viewing opportunities and natural landscapes and beautiful scenery.
Kangaroo Island is 155km long by 55km wide and is the 3rd largest island in Australia. Kangaroo Island has in excess of 500km of coastline including Vivonne Bay, recently voted as Australia's Best Beach.
Kangaroo Island has no rabbits or foxes, so all of the small cuddly and cute animals are still on Kangaroo Island in abundance. You can expect to see Kangaroo's. Wallabies, Australian Sea Lions, New Zealand Fur Seals, Koalas, Penguins, Possums, bird life and possibly see an echidna, goanna, platypus, bandicoots, whales (in season), dolphins plus more.
Kangaroo Island housed the first settlement in South Australia at the main town of Kangaroo Island called Kingscote. There are also 2 other town ships of Penneshaw and Parndana. Kangaroo Island has 5 Australian Rules Football Teams and it's own Kangaroo Island Football League. There are approximately 4,000 residents and 17,000 koalas!
Kangaroo Island is an amazing Island home to numerous species of wildlife and these are listed below along with scientific names, for your chance to see some of these species sign up for one of our Kangaroo Island Tours.
KANGAROO ISLAND WILDLIFE
The Wildlife is a part of what makes Kangaroo Island so special and our tour guides are hand picked and passionate about wildlife and the environment and will do their best to show you as much wildlife on Kangaroo Island as they can.
Adventures Beyond are an Advanced Eco Accredited Company and on Kangaroo Island you can expect to see Australian Sea Lions, Australian and New Zealand Fur Seals, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Possums, Bird Life, Penguins and possibly Echidnas, Goanna, Bandicoots and Dolphins and sometimes Whales when in season as well as the elusive Platypus!