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

Kangaroo Island here we come

A travel blog entry by juliamoyra on Apr 08, 2015

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... and into a caravan park for one night. A deal that saved us $100. Marilyn explained everything in fine detail without making us feel like ignorant tourists. So good to have a less windy night though still a few showers about. Wednesday 8th The sun is shining! Well most of the time.The drive to Cape Jervis was beautiful, rolling hills and fields,yes fields with fences. My pommie friends will appreciate that! We arrived in plenty of time ...

10 days on Kangaroo island in Rooftop tent

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

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... our parks pass then to the van park which is part of our deal with the sealink ferry .We stay the night in Pennishaw and go for a walk to see if we can find the fairy penguin rookery , they have guided tours after dark , but the babies have mostly all left home and the adults are out at sea fishing fattening up to come ashore for their annual moult . We do not see any but it a good walk.
Our first day is to Pelican lagoon conservation park but it at the end of ...

Our First Month In A Nutshell

A travel blog entry by thatfamily on Jan 28, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

WOWEEEE!!!! Over a month in and we haven't updated the blog yet! Ooops. Well so much for keeping you all up to date with our adventures by way of light and humorous words of literary mastery sprinkled with witty one liners and entertaining tales that you could go and tell your hairdresser about like I had planned. Well now that that is out the window, feel free to continue reading the dry and boring updates on what we’ve been doing this past month. Here goes….


Kangaroo Island Day 2

A travel blog entry by codie on Jan 06, 2015

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... them!
When we go onto the sand, my shoes were immediately full of sand. The seals were quite relaxed to begin with, there was just one going about whining looking for its mum, then it would just collapse for a bit. After a while a few of the younger males started to have a fight, then a larger male came and broke it up, chase them about, then collapsed. The seals swim out to the continental shelf and dive down to get food. They’d do that for a day then swim back. It took them ...

Day 11, Ferry departure Cape Jervis arrival at KI

A travel blog entry by ligtrek on Dec 23, 2014

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... to be parked onto the ferry. I was all for driving the car and van on frontwards, but no, they needed to be reversed on. I was more than happy to let one of the friendly staff of Sealink Ferries to reverse it on, as was Wes, and they made you sit beside them as they did it - I think just to rub it in.
We arrived on KI in Penneshaw after a short 45 minute crossing of ...