Top 5 Family Activities in Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island has plenty to offer the whole family. With so much to do and see from wildlife spotting, adventure-filled activities and relaxing along the picture-perfect beaches, you won’t be at a loss for things to do. Make a holiday of it and stay with us at Ozone Hotel Kangaroo Island and save up to 25% off this Summer! Centrally located in Kingscote in the heart of Kangaroo Island. In no particular order, we’ve listed the Top 5 Family Activities in Kangaroo Island!

Kelly Hill Caves
Take the kids to discover the magical underground world of Kelly Hill Caves and admire the ornate cave decorations. For the more daring there are also adventure caving tours that take you crawling through the underground maze. Above ground, choose from one of the short walking trails, where you may spot wildlife and discover freshwater lagoons.
Kelly Hill Caves
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Seal Bay
No trip to Kangaroo Island is complete without a trip to Seal Bay. There are no enclosures or cages at Seal Bay, offering one of the most unique nature-based experiences. This is the only place in the world where you can get up close and personal with Australian sea lions! Don’t forget to pack your camera though, the Bay guarantees incredible views of the coastline and sea lion colony.

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Island Beehive
Take the family to Island Beehive where world renowned Certified Organic Ligurian Bee Honey is produced. Have a peek at the interactive Visitor Centre, see the production factory and enjoy free tastings of organic honey. Enjoy delicious scones in the café and visit the shop for an array of products. The kids will enjoy this unique experience that they won’t get anywhere else!
Island Beehive
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Climb Remarkable Rocks
Iconic to the island, it has taken 500 million years for rain, wind and pounding waves to create the Remarkable Rocks. The kids can enjoy playing hide and seek in the rocks and you can get some excellent photos of the photogenic Casuarina Islets. We recommend visiting early morning and early evening to enjoy the stunning sunrises and sunsets around these amazing sculptures.

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Explore Admirals Arch
Admirals Arch is one of Kangaroo Island’s most impressive and unusual natural landmarks. The family can take an easy walk on the boardwalk and see the fur-seals play among the rocks and you may even spot fur-seal pups playing near the rock pools beneath the arch!
Admirals Arch
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Where to stay? Stay with us at Ozone Hotel Kangaroo Island, located on the foreshore with stunning views. Plus, book now and save up to 25% off this summer!

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