Ideally positioned in the centre of Kangaroo Island, Ecopia lends itself to being a fantastic base, from which to embark on your adventures to discover the wonders of Kangaroo Island.
Often underestimated in size, Kangaroo Island is 155km long and up to 55km wide, and with its 4,415 square km, is the 3rd largest island in Australia!
So being so centrally located means that you significantly reduce your travel time between highlights across the Island, and instead, slow down and allow the time to experience the Island at a deeper level, enjoying the scenery and attractions at a true holiday pace.
Kangaroo Island has some of the most scenic coastal drives in Australia. The North Coast Road and South Coast Road both offer stunning views of the coastline and access to beautiful beaches.
Vivonne Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches on Kangaroo Island, with its turquoise waters and soft sand. It's also great for swimming, surfing, and fishing.
Emu Bay is a long, white sandy beach that's perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring the surrounding rock pools.
Stokes Bay is known for its unique natural rock pool that visitors can access through a tunnel. Stokes Bay is also great for swimming and snorkeling.
Pennington Bay is a picturesque beach popular with surfers, with towering cliffs and excellent waves.
Snellings Beach is a popular spot for swimming and fishing, with its clear waters and golden sand.
Western River Cove is a secluded beach that can only be accessed by foot. It is a great spot for hiking and beachwalking.
Antechamber Bay is a beautiful beach that is popular for fishing, swimming, and wildlife spotting.
Flinders Chase National Park is home to many natural attractions, including Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch, and the Cape du Couedic Lighthouse. The park also offers hiking trails, wildlife viewing, and camping opportunities.
Seal Bay Conservation Park is home to a large population of Australian sea lions. Visitors can either take a guided tour to see these amazing creatures up close on the beach and learn about their habitat and behaviours, or meander independently on the boardwalk, watch the seals and read the interpretive signs.
Kelly Hill Conservation Park features a beautiful caves system. The access to the Park is still restricted following the 2020 bushfires, and can only be visited as part of guided tours available on Saturdays only.
Discover the National Parks of Kangaroo Island