As Kangaroo Island welcomes winter, the incredible array of plants and wildlife comes to life making the cooler season the best time to explore what the island has to offer. Stay with us at the Ozone Hotel this winter, see our packages and offers! Read on to discover the ultimate guide to winter in Kangaroo Island.
Winter is when you’re most likely to be able to get up close and personal with Kangaroo Island’s extraordinary wildlife. Winter is the peak time to see plenty of newborn seal pups at the Seal Bay Conservation Park! The island is the only place in the world when you can stroll on the beach with seals.
Winter also makes the perfect time to do some whale watching. If you keep your eyes peeled, you might be able to catch sight of these magnificent creatures as they swim just off the shoreline.
Iconic to Kangaroo Island, Remarkable Rocks is a must visit during the cooler seasons. The rocks are scattered along the island’s coast where you’ll be able to capture some beautiful shots of the stunning surrounds. We suggest visiting during sunrise or sunset, as the orange glow emits from the rocks, enhancing their natural colour.
Flinders Chase National Park
Flinders Chase National Park is the central hub for wildlife spotting, lace up your walking shoes and trek across the land to see the incredible bushland. You’ll be likely to spot a koala, kangaroo or both if you’re lucky!
Where to stay?
Stay at the Ozone Hotel and experience quality Kangaroo Island accommodation located on the foreshore with stunning views overlooking Nepean Bay. Book direct and save on accommodation rates! Book Direct today.
Header Image South Australian Tourism Commission Photographer Andrew McIntosh – Ocean Photography