Travel Kangaroo Island,Australia Tourist Attractions

Kangaroo Island has been described as a land of the island last refuges preserved, and with good reason. This idyllic island off the southern coast of Australia is an idyllic destination for those seeking sun, surf and all that goes with them, including swimming, fishing, sailing and diving. The islands are almost always special places ... isolation, loneliness, the sea ... Just look at places like the Caribbean, Hawaii, Maldives, all of which have special and unique natural areas that have evolved over thousands of years of isolation. D Australia Kangaroo Island is an exception.

Kangaroo Island is about seven times the size of Singapore and about 155 km in length, with the town of Kingscote as the capital of the island and the main Regulation. Wildlife is abundant on the island, where the sun koalas in the gum trees and seals sunbathing on the beach. In addition, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, goannas Platypi and thrive on the island.

A wide range of tours available on Kangaroo Island, allowing you to relax while someone else is driving. In addition, the guidelines can provide extensive information on Kangaroo Island on the way. The two bus trips and visits to four-wheel drive are available, with most of the rounds collecting passengers from their homes, the airport or ferry terminal. Cycling and hiking are also available for those who have power, but keep in mind that Kangaroo Island is big and the required level of fitness is required for these options.

And large luxury vehicle ferries operating between Cape Jervis on the southeast coast of Australia and Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island (45 minutes travel time). There are four daily departures, with additional services during peak hours. Bus connections are available to / from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, and to / from Penneshaw and Kingscote American River on the island. Regional Express operates an air service to 30 minute drive from Adelaide to Kingscote, Kingscote located 13 km.

Because of its relative isolation, Kangaroo Island has had a much smaller impact of EU legislation as the continent of South Australia. Half of the forest of Kangaroo Island remains intact since the days of British navigator Matthew Flinders named the island in 1802, and over a third of the island a national park or conservation park status. This is virgin bush flora and fauna of the population makes Kangaroo Island one of the best places in Australia to see wildlife in their natural environment.

Kangaroo Island is separated from mainland Australia about 10,000 years ago. At this time, some species have evolved differently from their continental counterparts. This is evident for example in the Kangaroo Island Kangaroo (a subspecies of Western Grey Kangaroo common in southeastern Australia) is now smaller, darker and the skin of a continent than its counterpart. The danger now Black Glossy Cockatoo is also unique subspecies on Kangaroo Island, as is the small carnivorous marsupial dunnart soot.

Similarly, plants have evolved in isolation, King Island to the point that at least 45 species are endemic (found only on Kangaroo Island), including many eucalyptus. The total absence of wild animals such as foxes and rabbits, helps ensure the integrity of ecosystems Bush Kangaroo Island.

In recognition of Kangaroo Island's unique plants and wildlife (some of which are threatened or unique to the island), national parks and conservation have been reported throughout the island in the early history of its colonization by Europeans. Kangaroo Island National Parks provide access to spectacular coastal scenery, unique geological formations, fascinating history and abundant wildlife. There are four major parks: Flinders Chase National Park (hiking trails and spectacular rock formations), Kelly Hill Conservation Park (limestone caves and hiking), Seal Bay Conservation Park (the largest colony of Australia accessible lions) and Cape Willoughby Conservation Park (the first lighthouse in South Australia).



 
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