Exploring the lush scenery and fascinating wildlife of Kangaroo Island is on a lot of visitor’s to-do lists when they visit Australia. At the Vivonne Bay Lodge, you’ll have the chance to explore all of this and more.
Set on 206 hectares of sprawling bushland and flanked by 1 kilometre of pristine sands, the lodge is surrounded by exciting activities and adventures that let you enjoy everything Kangaroo Island has to offer.
Surrounding the lodge, you’ll find an eclectic selection of wildlife, plenty of recreational activities, and upmarket accommodation that provides a taste of paradise island life for visitors.
Accommodation at Vivonne Bay Lodge
The accommodation at Vivonne Bay Lodge offers something for everyone. As well as contemporarily-styled dormitories, there are also twin rooms and four-share rooms for those travelling with friends or family.
Things to Do at Vivonne Bay Lodge
The Lodge provides the perfect place to situate yourself on Kangaroo Island, and is within easy reaching distance of the major attractions and activities.
Relax on the Beach
Vivonne Bay itself is a beautiful stretch of coastline with pristine white sands that seem to sprawl out endlessly towards the horizon. The shallow waters mark the perfect place to take a refreshing dip, while the serene backdrop is ideal for picnics and simply kicking back and relaxing.
Try Your Hand at Fishing
Fishing is a popular pastime in Vivonne Bay, and you can get involved in the local way of life by trying your hand at the relaxing sport. There are plenty of great fishing spots, including the jetty, the beach, from a boat, or from the pretty banks of the Harriet River mouth.
Swim and Surf
The waters lend themselves perfectly to swimming and surfing, giving you the chance to explore the scenery from a different perspective. There are several safe swimming spots located around the mouth of the Harriet River.
Take a Walk
The scenery surrounding the Vivonne Bay Lodge is breath-taking, and there are numerous walks that crisscross through the landscape, exposing you to stunning views and hidden spots. As well as walking, you can also hire a bike from the lodge and take to the trails on two wheels instead.
Kayak and Sandboard
For something a little different, hire a kayak from the lodge and venture around the coastline at a leisurely pace. Alternatively, you can head to the surreal slopes of Little Sahara and try your hand at sandboarding – a fast and fun way to whizz down the dunes and discover the sandy world from a unique vantage point.