Spend three days sampling the best of Kangaroo Island’s fresh produce and wines with Kangaroo Island Odysseys’ new luxury three-day Kangaroo Island Food and Wine Tours.
Developed to highlight the best food, wine and accommodation experiences available during each of the four seasons, there is a choice of different seasonal themed tours, such as Sensations of Spring and Spring, KI in Autumn, and Winter Wonders.
These seasonal tours are all fully inclusive and explore the island with a local tour guide in luxury, air-conditioned 4x4 vehicles with small groups of up to eight guests.
Travel to and from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island by either coach and ferry or by air.
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Be swept away by the opulent accommodation at Lifetime Private Retreats.
Offering exclusive beachfront, luxury accommodation at Snelling Beach on the island’s North Coast, Lifetime Private Retreats boasts four spectacular holiday houses including The Sky House, The Cliff House, The Settlers Homestead and Sheoaks.
Lifetime Private Retreats catering partners, Hannaford and Sachs, help showcase KI’s best seasonal food experiences as part of these tours, in a range of outdoor settings and stunning coastal locations around Snelling Beach and Middle River.
The Sensations of Spring Tours start in September 2017 and visit the island’s most beautiful beaches, including Emu Bay beach for morning tea on the sand and Stokes Bay, home to the ‘secret beach’ surrounded by huge cliffs and limestone boulders.
Visit The Islander Estate Vineyard for a personalised vineyard and winery tour and taste locally distilled Gin and spirits at KI Spirits.
Sample a variety of delicious cheeses and yoghurts at the Island Pure Sheep Dairy and stop in at Island Beehive for a tour and honey tastings.
Dining experiences are ones that will be remembered for a lifetime.
Enjoy a seafood barbecue dinner prepared by chef Rachel Hannaford at her family’s rustic boatshed and an elegant candlelit three-course feast another night, showcasing produce from both the sea and land in Rachel’s family’s 80-year-old shearing shed.
Listen to farm stories over lunch with local chef and farmer Tony Nolan at his Latitude 36 Farm Kitchen for wholesome, fresh and uncomplicated KI food.