Kangaroo Island Acacia Apartments

Address: 3-5 Rawson Street, Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, 5223, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-5 Rawson Street, Kingscote.
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      10 days on Kangaroo island in Rooftop tent

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 07, 2015

      12 photos

      ... and has very potent oil content, the koalas must like it because we find 5 around the picnic /camp area. A peaceful night with another walk early morning to see koalas before we left.
      Red Banks is our first stop of the day but you are supposed to be here for sunset to see the colours of the layers in the cliffs.

      Next stop is American River which looks like a holiday place for the more wealthy people of SA.We walked the 7.5km walk from ...

      25 Dec 2014 Emu Bay, North Coast, K.I

      A travel blog entry by pomonabike on Dec 25, 2014

      12 photos

      ... the size of an emu and with teeth like a great white shark. (Similar to feeding a tyrannosaurs Rex). Not surprisingly it bit her. It wasn't for me laughing like a hyena the whole park would have heard her wailing. Next port of call was Stokes Bay for the first of numerous photography competitions: waves and sea life. Bei got the waves prize and I got the crabs prize which I found when playing on my ...

      3 Days on Kangeroo Island

      A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... Pennistone Bay and then onto Seal Island. This is a protected sanctuary were you could approach the beach from the visitor centre along a boardwalk to the stunning beach and watch the dozens of rare Australian Seals playing and resting on the beach after 3 days at sea. On our way to our Apartments at Kingscote, we stopped by at Little Sahara. This is a natural inland dune ...

      Such an amazing place!!

      A travel blog entry by johnnox5 on Jan 08, 2014

      39 photos

      ... fur seals. This was a highlight of our stay here at KI - the stunning scenery coupled with the seals in their natural environment is something special that we will always remember. We stayed here for quite a long time and still were reluctant to leave...

      Next we drove just down the road to Remarkable Rocks - these are literally a bunch of rocks, atop a cliff, overlooking the ocean, remarkable! It was like a playground ...

      Wonderful emu bay

      A travel blog entry by nuala20 on Jan 07, 2014

      14 photos

      ... t offer us much, I ended up having a deaf old dish but regrettably everything was breaded and deep fried even the scallops! Now that's a mortaller, I.e. mortal sin! Headed for the capital town and got some groceries, we also availed of free internet at local hotel. and we had lovely T-bone steak and veggies followed by Tim tams, the guys hadn't tasted these scrumptious Australian fare. ...