Kangaroo Island Food and Wine Tour

Fished, Farmed & Fermented


These three days give guests a taste of the beautiful flavours offered by Kangaroo Island local producers, as well as the iconic landscape and wildlife encounters the Island is famous for.



  • Explore a range of habitats, home to many of Kangaroo Island’s iconic wildlife species
  • Take a private tour onto the beach among a colony of Australian Sea-lions at Seal Bay Conservation Park
  • Explore the wild wilderness of Flinders Chase National Park
  • Roam around Remarkable Rocks, massive granite boulders perched on the Southern Ocean
  • Visit a large colony of Australian and Long-nosed Fur Seals at Admiral’s Arch
  • Sample some of Kangaroo Island’s premium aquaculture at the Oyster Farm in American River
  • Enter the Kangaroo Island Olives grove for a tailgate olive oil tasting
  • Break for coffee, tea or hot cocoa each day, served with traditional Australian homemade cakes
  • Enjoy elegant al fresco lunches each day, served at a private lunch site in the bush setting
  • Sample a range of gins and liqueurs at Australia’s first gin distillery, Kangaroo Island Spirits
  • Taste some of Kangaroo Island’s finest wine at The Islander Estate Vineyards
  • Visit Clifford’s Honey Farm Farm which produces pure Ligurian honey
  • Take a secret path through to a hidden beach, voted Best Australian Beach in 2023

Full Itinerary

As this is a private tour, there are alternate activities which can be substituted, and we recommend setting up the priority activities in advance to ensure availability.

Day 1

Travel through the Island’s best farming country where, depending on season, sheep and cattle graze, a range of grains grow and you can learn about the mix of natural and productive landscapes on Kangaroo Island.

At Lathami Conservation Park take a walk through the bush with your guide – learning what makes that noise, whose tracks are those, and who left THAT little pile there? Look for wallabies almost extinct on the mainland, a kangaroo found only on Kangaroo Island and learn about some strange Australian birds, plants and animals. Stokes Bay is next where you access a beautiful hidden beach, on the North Coast where many Island families fish for the table, targeting a range of delicious sea fish.

Break for a barbecue at a private bush camp on “Ellamatta” sheep stud where you can learn more about Island grazing systems. Lunch features King George whiting, grilled halloumi, fresh salads and choice local wines.

Continue to Seal Bay and take a private tour into the Australian Sea-lion colony, where the sea-lions, who are also keen fishermen, rest up between foraging trips of several days. Look out for pups nursing, young males practising their wrestling skills and big bulls staking out their territory.

End the day tasting wines from one of our finest wineries – either Jacques Lurton’s Islander Estate Vineyard or Joch Bosworth who has Spring Seed and Battle of Bosworth wines in McLaren Vale as well as Springs Road Wines here on the Island.

Day 2

Start the day in Kangaroo Island Olives‘ olive grove with fruit and oil tasting – the Mediterranean climate of the Island being perfect for olive production.

Next, take a peek into Fryar’s Free-range Eggs farm which because of farm biosecurity we cannot enter but can share some of their story with you which includes the use of Italian shepherd dogs called Maremmas and the 60,000 free-range hens forage across the farmland and collectively deliver 15,000 dozen delicious eggs every week.

The protected waters of American River produce smooth and creamy Pacific oysters with a fresh minerally taste – we get to try some of these from the Kangaroo Island Oyster Farm Shop, accompanied by a crisp local white wine.

Break for a platter of smoked meats, salads and home-made chutneys with a choice of local wines, beer and soft drink before continuing to Clifford’s Honey Farm for an immersion into our 130-year-old honey industry and a taste of some of the diverse flavours foraged from nectars across the Island.

End the day with an immersive tasting of the full range of gins and liqueurs at Kangaroo Island Spirits, one of Australia’s first boutique gin distilleries.

Day 3

Begin the day in the island’s north-west in an important private wildlife refuge with Kangaroo Island Land for Wildlife. Here, gain an insight into (and take part in) the fantastic conservation work being done by Pat, Heidi and their team to assist some of the lesser-known (and often nocturnal) native animals.

Lunch is a picnic enjoyed in the bush and consists of marinated poached chicken, fresh salads, cheeses and fantastic South Australian wine, beer, soft drinks and spring water.

After lunch, travel into Flinders Chase National Park and explore the massive natural sculptures of Remarkable Rocks whose abstract forms look like a meeting of the minds of Henry Moore and Salvador Dali. Perched on the cliffs with panoramic views, this offers great photo opportunities.

A short drive away, a boardwalk leads to Admirals Arch – a coastal grotto which is home to a large colony of long-nosed fur-seals who swim effortlessly through the crashing waves. Look for seals swimming in rock-pools and resting on smooth rock ledges.

At the days end, spend some time gaining an understanding of the earliest human occupation of the Island. Discuss what our Indigenous Australians survived or even thrived on across the Island – a selection of items foraged, hunted and fished from the local environment.


  • Three days private touring on Kangaroo Island
  • Home-baked traditional Australian treats with a selection of hot beverages
  • Elegant alfresco lunch set in the bush with a choice of local wines, beer, soft drinks and spring water
  • Access to field guides, binoculars and maps
  • All necessary National Parks admission fees

More Information

Pick up times and locations

We usually pick-up from your accommodation at 9:00am but if you are arriving by flight or ferry, we can pick you up from Kingscote Airport or the Penneshaw Ferry Terminal.

What to bring

  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Appropriate clothing for variable weather conditions
  • Appropriate footwear for light walking
  • Camera/phone to create and capture some great memories


Please contact us for a quote.

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