Kangaroo Island Sculpture Trail
Overlooking Penneshaw Beach, positioned on 4.5 hectares of dunes, the 1.5kms of trails, winds through the dunes and features lookouts, steps, boardwalks, a swing bridge, seating and scenic views with a surprise at every turn. The resident wildlife is inquisitive and will be keeping an eye on you.
False Cape Wines
Nestled among vineyards and gum trees, this hand-built cellar door has been constructed from jetty timbers and recycled wood. With large outside spaces, enclosed lawns, kids nature playground and half basketball court. An idyllic setting for sitting back with cheese platter and a glass wine.
Baudin Conservation Park
If you are looking for wildlife, then the Baudin Conservation Park is the walk you need to take. With Glossy Black Cockatoos flying overhead, and wallabies and kangaroos watching you traverse the trail, this walk will keep you wondering what is coming next. Is has beautiful vistas of both Penneshaw and Cape Jervis, so take some time, and watch the ships and ferries pass by. There is some fascinating history along this trail, the resilience and perseverance are incredible.
Brunch at Mille Mae's
A charming café in the heart of Penneshaw, cobbled together by recycled corrugated iron and stained upcycled doors and windows. It’s a one-stop-shop, from local produced food made with love, to the onsite Pantry full of artisan produce and gifts