It's more important than ever to take the opportunity to visit this island now, before tourists return in droves.
Nothing says 'relax' more than being served cocktails and a three-course dinner in a plush robe in your own space after a long day of sightseeing.
Unique wildlife experiences top most visitors' must-see lists, but the island is also a a gourmand's dream.
Lots of swimming and Remarkable Rocks make this one of the best Australian hikes for littlies.
The miniature horse is nicknamed Kylie thanks to a disturbing resemblance to Kylie Minogue circa 1988.
This airy sanctuary of comfort is perched on treacherous limestone cliffs and an aspect that allows for viewing of the sunrise and sunset.
Visitors to Kangaroo Island are astonished by the scale and diversity of the place.
Sheep's milk cheese and yoghurts, wild flavoured honey and free-range pheasants are among the delights of Kangaroo Island.
Catching the ferry to windswept Kangaroo Island is an adventure in itself. Australia's third largest island is jam-packed full of natural beauty over a deceptively small place, such as Seal Bay; Flinders Chase National Park, Little Sahara or Remarkable Rocks. The island's metamorphis into culinary capital has catapulted it into one of the state's top tourist destinations.