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Kangaroo Island. Day 5

Dudley PeninsulaItinerary: Prospect Hill – Emu Ridge Distillery – Cape Willoughby – Antechamber Bay – Penneshaw The last day on the island was gloomy, windy, and grey. It felt like it was going to rainContinue reading

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Kangaroo Island. Day 4

Exploring the beaches of North CoastItinerary: Western River Wilderness – Snelling Beach – Stokes Bay Beach Waiting for the day to warm up, we headed to Western River Wilderness. A narrow winding trail took usContinue reading

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Kangaroo Island. Day 3

From Central South to Central NorthItinerary: Little Sahara – Parndana – Emu Bay Very close to Vivonne Bay, Little Sahara is a vast area of spectacular white sand-dunes surrounded by bush. Climbing over the firstContinue reading

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Kangaroo Island. Day 2

Exploring Southwest Itinerary: Kelly Hill Caves – Koala Walk in Hanson Bay Sanctuary – Flinders Chase National Park (Remarkable Rocks, Admiral Arch, Weirs Cove, Cape du Coedic)We started the day by visiting Kelly Hill CavesContinue reading

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Kangaroo Island. Day 1

Itinerary: Penneshaw – Kingscote – Seal Bay Conservation Park – Vivonne Bay  SeaLink moving from Cape Jervi SeaLink ferry (that has complete monopoly over water transportation to/from KI) took us from Cape Jervis across BackstairsContinue reading

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Kangaroo Island 101

Kangaroo Island (KI) is mere 13km off the coast of South Australia across Backstairs Passage. Its area of 155km x 55km is a micro-universe of mega-fauna: different landscapes and environments offering an amazingly pristine landContinue reading

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Fleurieu Peninsula, SA

Fleurieu Peninsula is a picturesque triangle of land located south of Adelaide, some 20km to McLaren Vale and about 70km to the southern tip of Victor Harbor. Named after the French explorer and Napoleon’s navyContinue reading

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Outside Adelaide

Although the city is easily managed on foot, there are quite a few compelling attractions that lie outside the city’s grid. Belair National Park is Australia’s 2nd oldest national park, established in 1891.  Located 9kmContinue reading

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Sightseeing in Adelaide (with kids), part 1

Adelaide is a great city to visit with kids – aside from spotless beaches there is just the right combination of kid-focused venues and events reachable by public transportation, both indoor and outdoor: museums, galleries,Continue reading