8D6N Adelaide, Kangaroo Island & Fleurieu Peninsula Self Drive

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Sales period: 01 Oct 2017 - 31 Mar 2018
Travel period: 01 Oct 2017 - 30 Sep 2018

fr. SGD 1228

Highlights

  • Return airfare by Singapore Airlines
  • 1N accommodation in McLaren Vale
  • 2N accommodation in Kangaroo Island
  • 1N accommodation in Victor Harbor
  • 2N accommodation in Adelaide city
  • Return Kangaroo Island Ferry Transfer
  • Seal bay experience tour
  • Admission to Monarto Zoo
  • 6D Hertz Car Rental (1.8litres) with Neverlost GPS 
Depart Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Adelaide.

Upon arrival, collect your car from the airport. Less than 1-hour drive from Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula has rolling hills of vineyards,  untouched bushlands, stunning beaches and dramatic coastlines. Spend a day visiting some of McLaren Vale’s 50 cellar door outlets, art and craft galleries, olive and almond shops or tackle the Cheese and Wine Trail. After lunch at d’Arenberg, hands on a interactive experience where you play winemaker and then bottle a 750ml sample of your favourite wine blend to name and take home to show off to your friends. 

Drive to Cape Jervis to catch a ferry to Kangaroo Island, Australia’s 3rd-largest island at 155 kilometres long. The island has so many rich experiences that a minimum stay of 2 days is recommended. You will find echidnas, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and little penguins, and be rewarded with remarkable close-up wildlife experiences. Visit the Marron farm and view marron up close in the holding tanks with all the experience of seeing the range of sizes even some juveniles (babies) at times, blue marron and if you’re lucky enough to see one out of water the need to keep clear of the claws that can give a bit of a nip. Spend the rest of the day at Lavender Farm or Clifford's Honey Farm. 

Continue exploring Kangaroo Island today with beautiful secluded beaches on the north coast. Drive to Seal Bay Conservation Park, where guided tours down to the beach ensure the closest possible encounter with sea lions that rest here after days of fishing in the Southern Ocean. Visit the caves at Kelly Hill Conservation Park, and then the dramatic coastal formations of Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch in Flinders Chase National Park. This is a haven for wildlife and it has numerous walking trials to explore. Visit little penguins with tours offered in Penneshaw and Kingscote.

(Drive Time: 1 hr + Ferry Time: 45 mins)

This afternoon, make your way to Penneshaw for the return ferry transfer to Cape Jevis. Continue south to Victor Harbor, South Australia’s most famous coastal resort town. Renowned as a great place for watching southern right whales in winter, it is also home to a colony of little penguins on Granite Island. The island is a short walk across the timber causeway or a pleasant ride on the horsedrawn tram. 
(Drive Time: 1.5 hr)

Depart Victor Harbor for Monarto Zoo, a unique blend of a conservation park, national park and zoological park. Thereafter, drive back to Adelaide and make a stop at Hahndorf. This picturesque town is the oldest surviving German village in Australia. 

Spend the day exploring Adelaide’s city centre on foot. Take a walking tour of Adelaide Central Market, explore the cultural boulevard of North Terrace including National Wine Centre, South Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia or head for the shops in Rundle Mall. Stop for lunch along Rundle Street in the east end of the city. This afternoon, visit Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Australia’s only multi-arts Aboriginal cultural centre, which contains galleries, art performance areas and a café. Continue to Victoria Square and take the tram to the seaside suburb of Glenelg, only a 25-minute ride from the city centre. 

The morning is free to relax before transfer to Airport and catch your flight home.
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