Continue to be inspired by Kangaroo Island
With its remarkable profusion of wildlife and its unspoilt environment, Kangaroo Island’s Population is home to a disproportionately large art community. Nearly 10 percent of the Island’s total population identify as members of the creative community and participate in creating fine art. Kangaroo Island Artists work can been seen across Island’s art galleries, studios and markets. With strong representation of the Kangaroo Island’s wildlife and nature weaved into art to help create powerful illuminations, some of which... you may not want to leave without.
Discover the History of Kangaroo Island from its rich and interesting agricultural history by visiting the Parndana Solider Settlement Museum to Hope Cottage Museum, and Penneshaw Maritime and Folk Museum as well as seeing the Rebuild Independence Project firsthand.
More than 50 shipwrecks have occurred around Kangaroo Island since first settlement in 1836, leading to the establishment of Cape Willoughby Lighthouse in 1852, Cape Borda Lighthouse in 1858, Cape St Albans in 1908 and Cape du Couedic Lighthouse in 1909.