Ulonga Lodge

Address: American River, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, 5221, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on American River, Kangaroo Island.
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Travel Blogs from Kangaroo Island

10 days on Kangaroo island in Rooftop tent

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

12 photos

... here where the olive green/ blue Rock Parrot is meant to be between december and august after breeding on the off shore islands. Yes we see them but never gate a chance to take any photos. We do go back after packing up and having breakfast and see the 2 young osprey eating fish on the far off rocks , took some photos but there are right on the limits of our cameras so they are not that good.
Seal Bay has guided tours and a free board walk which is quite so ...

Our First Month In A Nutshell

A travel blog entry by thatfamily on Jan 28, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... packed (tightly) into our kia carnival van. For the time being we are staying in cabins and cheap self-contained accommodation until we figure out what we’re doing…or just keep doing this which is working well so far. The kids will start distant education next week to keep them up to date with their WA schoolwork and Morgan will return to Perth every couple months to do a few days work to keep the business ticking along. Which leaves me….to write the blog. ...

Kangaroo Island Day 2

A travel blog entry by codie on Jan 06, 2015

84 photos

... and got to see about 5 koalas just chilling about up their trees, they seemed fairly content. Got too see quite a young looking one too, Apparently the island can support a population for 6,000 koalas, but there are around 30,000 on there. We went into the shop as there was honey to taste, it’s the purest honey in the world as it had no additives at all. I was overly keen on it, but Ari like it. It could have been because i’d just eaten a cheesecake. The bees on the ...

Day 11, Ferry departure Cape Jervis arrival at KI

A travel blog entry by ligtrek on Dec 23, 2014

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Up early-ish, packed up the van in record time, until Guy came back wet - it seems his surf club has paid off as he swears he was saving a small boy from drowning. Unpack the van, get some clothes for him and get ready to go, again. We are half an hour from Cape Jervis and catching the ferry to Kangaroo Island (KI). All the vehicles are parked very close together and Wes and I ...

Explore KI

A travel blog entry by andorinha on Apr 08, 2014

27 photos

... ein zusammengerolltes Fellknäuel sehen.

Am Cape du Couedic gibt es einen weiteren Leuchtturm. Über einen Boardwalk wandern wir hinunter zum Admirals Arch wo sich eine Kolonie Seelöwen aufhält.
Weiter geht's zur Weis Cove, einer Steilküste mit vielen kleinen Höhlen und einem wunderschönen Strand.
Von hier ist es auch nicht mehr weit zu den Remarkable ...