FAQ about Kangaroo Island Tours

Do I need to but a ferry ticket?

No! Your ferry tickets are included in the price of your Kangaroo Island tour. If you book your own additional tickets, we are unable to provide a refund.

How long is the trip from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island?

It takes approximately an hour to drive from Adelaide to Cape Jervis. Once we have arrived at Cape Jervis it is approximately a 40-minute ride to the Island.

Where do your tours pick up from?

We pickup from a variety of popular accommodation options in Adelaide. Please check the ‘Pickup Locations’ tab on the individual tour page for more information. If your hotel is not listed, please call our team on 1300 661 225 to discuss your options.

Are children allowed on your tours?

There are no age limits on our one-day Kangaroo Island tour. However, there is a minimum age of eight on our multi-day tour. Families traveling on the multiday tour will need to speak to our team about accommodation upgrades.

I want to book an optional upgrade; how do I do this?

Optional upgrades for our Kangaroo Island tours must be pre-booked at time of tour booking. Please contact our friendly team on 1300 661 225 to secure your upgrade.

Are meals included in the tours?

Yes! Meals are provided on both of our Kangaroo Island tours. Please read the tour itinerary carefully for information on what meals are included. Additional snacks and drinks are at your own expense.

We're not staying in Adelaide; can you pick us up along the way?

No. Unfortunately due to running on a tight schedule we cannot facilitate pickups from any locations not listed on the tour page.

Are there kangaroos on Kangaroo Island?

Yes! Kangaroo Island is home to the Kangaroo Island kangaroo, a small sub-species of Western Grey Kangaroo.

Can we touch the wildlife on Kangaroo Island?

No. Please do not touch or feed any wildlife on Kangaroo Island. Though cute the animals you might see are still wild and should not be touched. Please stay a safe distance away from all animals and do not feed them as human food can cause health issues for them.

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