South Australia’s Kangaroo Island (KI) is one of the world’s pristine nature-based destinations. A true wildlife sanctuary, KI is the place where we can quietly ‘go bush’ and see native Australian animals and birds in their natural habitat. We discover the island’s secrets led by naturalists / rangers plus soak up history while staying in lighthouse keeper’s cottages. After leaving Adelaide by bus, we adapt to island time with a ferry journey from Cape Jervis to Penneshaw. We walk the gentle coastal landscapes of Dudley Peninsula and Cape Willoughby. At Cape du Couedic, we traverse the north-west cliff-tops of Vennachar Point. In Flinders Chase National Park, we wander the remote shipwreck coast to Admirals Arch, experience the Kelly Hill limestone caves and walk to Hanson Bay. We enjoy sunset or sunrise walks to view Remarkable Rocks, granite formations weathered over millions of years. We are greeted by sea lions basking on unspoilt beaches, koalas dozing in lofty eucalyptus trees, pelicans soaring across shimmering lagoons and of course kangaroos and wallabies bounding across much of the island. Ending near Emu Bay we soak up the north coast, exploring secluded coastal bays on spectacular off-track walks along Western River Cove & Snake Lagoon, before we return back to Adelaide.