We needed to end the last part of the trip in a colder climate in order to adapt to Canada's coolish spring weather, which meant we headed to Southern Australia, or Kangaroo Island. We had 3 days in total on the island to explore and discover all its greatness! We were scheduled to take a ferry over at 10 am, so we arose early in the am, packed the car, shopped for groceries and liquor and headed to Cape Jervis for 10 am departure.
|Norah the Nissan getting off the ferry on Kangaroo Island (KI)|
What we noticed very quickly from landing in the Southern Australia area, was how old the buildings are here, there is actual heritage type buildings, so cool from our youthful Calgary / Alberta buildings.
|Cool old heritage building in Kingscote|
Based on the activities and location of our accommodation (in the northeast end of island), we toured the north end of the island and came across some seals in Kingscote.
|Basking in the sun|
|Seymour Cottage, built in 1927, farthest on the right|
1. Seal bay
|No seals but Australian Sea lions at seal bay|
|Todd demonstrating proper sand boarding technique|
|Super cool rock formation|