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Top tips for spotting koalas in the wild at Ecopia

The silver shimmering gums which blanket Ecopia provide an ideal environment for our resident koalas to thrive. Koalas can often be spotted just beyond the...
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Birdwatcher's Bucket List Guide To Ecopia

Ecopia Retreat is a birdwatcher’s paradise. Kangaroo Island is home to more than 260 bird species, many of which are endemic to the island and...
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The endangered Australian Sea Lions can be seen at Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island

Just a stone throw’s away from Ecopia Retreat Check out our special offer at the end of this blog Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea) are...
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Top wildlife experiences on Kangaroo Island by the Ecopia Team

Kangaroo Island is one of the final frontiers of wild Australia; a veritable Noah’s Ark for some of Australia’s most iconic and rare animals. Tucked...
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What’s so special about the Kangaroo Island kangaroo, and how did it get an island named after it?

The KI kangaroo – some interesting facts The Kangaroo Island naming story Matthew Flinders named Kangaroo Island in 1802 when, on landing on the north...
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Glossy Black Cockatoos call Ecopia home

Now extinct on mainland Australia, the endangered glossy black-cockatoo has its last refuge on Kangaroo Island. And Ecopia has one of its closely monitored habitats...
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