Australian landscapes

A short hop off the coast of South Australia, Kangaroo Islandis said to be the place to see the best of Australia if you don’t have time to see the whole continent. Known as ‘KI’ to the locals, the Island is a microcosm of many Australian landscapes – pristine bushland; white sand dunes; and spectacular seascapes where rocky cliffs plunge into the wild ocean. It’s no wonder that this wildlife-rich paradise has been classified as one of Australia’s National Landscapes, selected for their distinctively Australian natural and cultural significance. The National Landscapes program is a partnership between Tourism Australia and Parks Australia with the aim of better conservation and promotion of these precious areas.