Kangaroo Island light house


Naracoorte Caves

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island (“KI” to the locals) is Australia’s third largest island and a well-known haven for wildlife enthusiasts seeking a retreat. The island lies around 112 km southwest of Adelaide and is almost two thirds protected by reserves and national parks.

The island’s main focus is on eco-tourism and you’ll find flawless beaches along the coastline such as Vivonne Bay, which was crowned Australia’s best beach in 2003.
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Limestone Coast

The Limestone Coast, a name that resonates with the geological grandeur and historical richness of South Australia, is a region where nature’s artistry is on full display. From the mesmerising Blue Lake of Mount Gambier to the ancient Naracoorte Caves, the Limestone Coast is a canvas of natural marvels, each with a unique story to tell.
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