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Kangaroo Island, a nature lover’s paradise, is known for its abundant wildlife and secluded beauty. The island has one of the most pristine natural environments in the world, making it a dream location for a destination wedding.

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Wildlife can be viewed in its natural habitat while visiting the many protected nature reserves that are located on the island. Flinders Chase National Park is home to kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and many bird species while Murray Lagoon at Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park supports wetland habitat for birdlife.

The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is home to over 150 species of native Australian wildlife and over 600 animals from cuddly koalas to slithery snakes. Paul’s Place Animal Sanctuary gives tours so visitors can meet all the animals, while at Seal Bay, visitors enter a wild colony of about 1,000 Australian sea lions.

Kelly Hill Conservation Park features an adventure caving tour that explores stalactites, stalagmites, and more. Cape Willoughby Conservation Park is home to South Australia's first lighthouse while Coorong National Park showcases an important archaeological site that reveals evidence of aboriginal campsites over thousands of years.

Some of Australia’s best beaches are found on Kangaroo Island. West Bay and D'Estrees Bay offer pristine beaches with water that is fantastic for fishing and swimming. Vivonne Bay’s long, sandy beach is ideal for picnics, sunbathing, fishing and surfing.

While it is fun to swim in the ocean and frolic in the sand, Kangaroo Island Marine Adventures offers an even more exciting, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Couples can take a ride on a rigid inflatable jet boat and then jump into the water to swim with dolphins. The company spent time building up trust with wild dolphins, and they feel safe to approach the boats.

Interesting indoor activities include two museums that highlight the history of Kangaroo Island. The Penneshaw Maritime and Folk Museum comprises three separate rooms, each dedicated to a specific historic theme. Hope Cottage, originally built in 1859, represents life from the 1860s onwards. Period furniture, china, clothing, and artifacts are on display in the cottage.

There’s fun in the sun and lots of adventure waiting for couples on Kangaroo island.