The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is located three kilometres past Parndana in the centre of Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is set over 50 acres and is home to over 1000 animals.
Visitors can spend time with some of Australia's unique wildlife in a fun, educational environment. Hand-feed Kangaroos and Wallabies, get up close and cuddle Koalas, see Penguins play, Wombats feed, Cassowaries run, Reptiles, Birds, Echidnas and much more.
Join in at our daily talks and displays where you can see and hear about some of our animals up close and have the chance to pat and interact with them.
Have lunch in our cafe, grab a coffee or ice-cream, relax and listen to the birds chatter. It is a fun day out for visitors of all ages!
KI Ecopia Retreat is a new three bedroom home situated amongst 150 acres of pristine wilderness. Nestled over three kilometres away from the nearest public access road, the property boasts permanent access to the Eleanor River which runs through the middle of the property. The river sustains an abundance of wildlife including the rare Glossy Black Cockatoo which feeds on the Sheoak trees on the banks of the river.
KI Ecopia Retreat is an eco friendly, luxurious home that lends itself to the natural beauty which surrounds it. It is solar powered and supplied with pure Kangaroo Island rainwater.
Features include polished Jarrah timber floor boards, comfortable leather lounge and energy efficient LED television. Locally sourced pink gum fire wood is provided for those cool evenings. The wood fireplace radiates warmth within minutes while you enjoy the setting sun and magnificent valley view.
Imagine yourself sitting on the deck with a glass of famous Kangaroo Island wine, listening to the wildlife and enjoying the splendour of a natural landscape - not a car to be heard, the hustle and bustle and noise of civilization ... gone!...