Thursday, February 23, 2017

Discovering Wildlife in South Australia

Discovering Wildlife in South Australia

One reason visitors flock to the Australia is to see the unique range of native wildlife that roams in this beautiful country. Koalas sleep in eucalyptus trees, kangaroos jumping through the open plains, basking in the Sun sea lions and a marine filled sea of whales, penguins, pets, and more, there's really wildlife experiences available throughout the country.

For a stop of spotting wildlife, explore the South of the State of South Australia. Pair a trip wildlife with the spectacular scenery of the Valley of Barossa with its award-winning wines, the Kangaroo Island wildlife refuge, the many festivals and cultural activities in Adelaide, the outback in the Flinders Ranges experience or experience in the sea at Port Lincoln.

Wallaby, Kangaroo Island

The destination easily accessible and the most popular wildlife of Adelaide is the aptly named Kangaroo Island. The island is the size of New York City on Long Island, and with more than two-thirds of the National Park or a wildlife reserve, it offers a wild and protected landscape for wildlife to thrive is considered.  Approach you kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, wombats and echidnas on this island paradise and discover the rugged rock formations and beautiful national parks. There is also an abundance of birds here, including rare glossy black cockatoos, pelicans, sea eagles and wedge-tailed eagles. There is also a rich marine fauna waiting to be discovered beneath the surface, including the blue devils, wild boar, Harlequins, acuminatus and elusive leafy sea dragon. Join one of the wildlife on the island tour operators who can take you on a one day trip or overnight adventure to help you get the most out of your experience of the Kangaroo Island. Knowledgeable guides will help you spot the animals and to provide and to share their knowledge and their passion for this special place.



Flinders Chase National Park has a network of hiking trails and walks offering a great way to look for wild animals. Spot koalas and kangaroos in the Bush, follow the streams and sources of other water where live Platypus and lions and sea to find penguins on deserted beaches. While exploring the parks and native wildlife of the meeting, don't forget to take some time to discover the generosity of Kangaroo Island and delicious wines.

Visit the Virgin landscapes the Eyre Peninsula and the pair with seafood large and rich wildlife. If you enjoy fishing as much as you like to eat seafood, then this is the destination for you. Cast your line of beaches and sheltered coves, or buy, snapper, whiting and fresh langoustines from fisherman.

Hopkins Island

If you're brave you can get closer to a great white shark cage diving near Port Lincoln, or if playful sea lions and friendly dolphins are more your scene, you can swim with them in Baird Bay. Take a 4 x 4 safari in the Gawler chain and discover native species unique number found rarely elsewhere, including three large species of kangaroos can be seen in incredible numbers.

For something, a different landscape little wise head to chains of steep mountains, the spectacular gorges and isolated coves that attract an abundance of wildlife in the National Park of range Finders. Many Australian Wildlife species call this part of the country including the House brilliantly colored parrots, yellow legs rock wallabies, kangaroos and EMUs and largest Raptor in Australia - the Eagle.

Road Trip, Flinders Ranges, SA by Maxime Coquard

Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby, Arkaroola, Flinders Ranges, SA by Maxime Coquard
In Adelaide there are a number of zoos and animal parks to visit including Zoo of Adelaide and Cleland Wildlife Park where you can feed the kangaroos as they laze and wander the 35 hectares of the Park as well as hold a koala and surround yourself with more than 130 species of native Australian Wildlife.
whenever you choose to visit in South Australia, you will find a number of opportunities to discover and connect with native Australian Wildlife.