Cruises to Kangaroo Island

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Top Kangaroo Island Cruises

2024/25 5★ Festive Voyage of Australia

Regatta 20 Dec 2024 37 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Sydney

FREE Flights, Wi-Fi & Speciality Dining*

FREE $1,600 On Board Spend OR 16 FREE Shore Excursions*

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Exclusive Savings of up to 30%*

Itinerary: Sydney,Australia - Brisbane, Australia - Whitsunday Island - Cairns, Australia - Cooktown, Australia - Darwin, Australia - Benoa, Bali, Indonesia - Komodo Island, Indonesia -...
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(full fare £11,969) Inside from £8,149pp

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Southern Australia Explorer

Crown Princess 14 Dec 2024 12 nights Fly Cruise Sydney

Full board cruising*

Upgrade to All-Inclusive - Premium Drinks, Wi-Fi & Gratuities for a supplement*

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Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Melbourne - Kangaroo Island - Adelaide - Port Lincoln, Australia - Hobart, Tasmania - Port Arthur - Sydney, Australia
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Inside from £1,259pp

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Australia Circumnavigation

Westerdam 08 Dec 2024 14 nights Fly Cruise Fremantle (Perth)

Limited Time Offer - Incredible Low Deposit to book!

Full board cruising*

5★ Premium Cruising*

Spacious, Mid-Sized Ships*

Itinerary: Fremantle (Perth) - Albany, Australia - Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island - Adelaide - Port Lincoln - Melbourne - Hobart - Port Arthur - Sydney, Australia
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Inside from £2,889pp

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What to see in Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island, an idyllic gem off South Australia's coast, mesmerises with its untamed beauty. Home to diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes, from rugged cliffs to pristine beaches, it beckons adventurers. Encounter kangaroos, seals and koalas in their natural habitat, or simply unwind in the tranquillity of this unspoiled sanctuary.

Kangaroo Island is renowned for its rich biodiversity and offers unparalleled opportunities for wildlife encounters. One of the island's most iconic inhabitants is the kangaroo, and visitors can observe these quintessential Australian marsupials in their natural habitat. Kangaroo Island’s kangaroo populations thrive across the island, and sightings are common, especially during dawn and dusk.

Kangaroo Island boasts a wealth of remarkable landscapes and geological wonders that showcase the island's natural beauty and geological diversity. One of the most iconic landmarks is Remarkable Rocks, a cluster of weathered granite boulders perched atop a coastal headland in Flinders Chase National Park. Carved by centuries of wind and waves, these surreal rock formations offer panoramic views of the surrounding coastline and provide a stunning backdrop for photography enthusiasts. Another geological marvel is Admirals Arch, a natural rock archway sculpted by the forces of nature over millions of years. Located within the same national park, Admirals Arch offers visitors the chance to explore a rugged coastal landscape, observe fur seals frolicking in the surf and marvel at the power of the Southern Ocean as it crashes against the cliffs.

Kangaroo Island's fertile soils, pristine waters and temperate climate provide the perfect conditions for producing high-quality produce and artisanal products. From farm-fresh produce and succulent seafood to award-winning wines and handcrafted cheeses, the island's culinary scene celebrates the rich bounty of its natural surroundings. Visitors can indulge in a variety of culinary experiences, from dining at gourmet restaurants and seaside cafes to sampling local delicacies at farmers' markets and food festivals. Kangaroo Island's food and wine trail offers a tantalising journey through the island's culinary landscape, with opportunities to taste and purchase locally sourced ingredients and gourmet products directly from the producers.

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