Kangaroo Island in Australia

Located near the tip of South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, Kangaroo Island is the third largest island of Australia. The island boasts of unspoilt and pristine beauty, the authorities did not want the natural beauty of the place to be diminished by over development and excessive tourism. It is one of the rare places in the world where civilization and wilderness co-exist in harmony and peace. The place is replete with a wide array of flora and fauna, cliffs and beaches.

As far as fauna of the island is concerned, besides kangaroo, you can also see here sea lions, penguins, dolphins and koalas in a natural environment. The island houses the premier sea lion watching destination, the Seal Bay Conservation Park that boasts of 600 sea lions. The park allows you to see the sea lions from close quarters, you can see them idling about in the sun, nurturing pups, or heading into the ocean for fish. The island also features the Flinders Chase National Park that is located on the south-western tip of the Island and is home to a wide spectrum of flora and fauna.

The Kangaroo Island boasts of 450 km of coastline, which is replete with spectacular beaches and cliffs. Some of the popular beach destinations in the area are Stokes Bay, Emu Bay and Vivonne Bay. These beaches are ideal place to rest and relax and also offer breathtaking natural beauty and scenery. Antechamber Bay on Dudley Peninsula is site for camping and bushwalking on Kangaroo Island.

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