Stay on a working sheep station, at an historical homestead or in a remote bush retreat at the Flinders Ranges whilst on Kangaroo Island you can stay on the banks of the American River where there are plenty of wildlife encounters and bird watching opportunities.

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Flinders Chase Focus, Kangaroo Island

Spend a day exploring the highlights and nature of Kangaroo Island. The day begins in a private wildlife refuge in Kangaroo Island’s northwest corner, where you’ll get an introduction to the island’s fire ecology and see how the land is recovering after devastating fires. Lunch is served in the bush or on a clifftop with South Australian wine, beer, and soft drinks. After lunch, you’ll travel into Flinders Chase National Park and explore the aptly named Remarkable Rocks, a striking natural sculpture eroded by 500 million years of wind, sea, and rain. There’s more evidence of the power of the Southern Ocean at Admirals Arch, a coastal cave accessed by a boardwalk, where a large colony of fur seals swim and play in the crashing waves.

• Duration: 7½ hours
• Start time: 7am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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