Kangaroo Island/Penneshaw Ferries
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Kangaroo Island/Penneshaw Routes
Cape Jervis to Kangaroo Island / Kangaroo Island to Cape Jervis12 crossings daily45 min
Kangaroo Island is the third-largest island of Australia, after Tasmania and Melville Island. It's located at the entrance of the Gulf St Vincent and its nearest point to the mainland is 8.4 miles from Cape Jervis. Sealink Ferries offers a convenient ferry service to Kangaroo Island from Cape Jervis in the Fleurieu peninsula. Below, you can find all the Kangaroo Island ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Kangaroo Island
Sealink Ferries is one of the Australia's favourite car and passenger ferry. All their ferries feature the facilities to make your journey enjoyable.
On board you will find comfortable seats in air-conditioned rooms with panoramic windows, TVs and a licensed café. Travelling on a Sealink ferry is a beautiful experience and the views you will enjoy en-route are unforgettable.
Book your ferry to Kangaroo Island from Cape Jervis today simply and securely with AFerry.
Sealink Ferries offers a convenient ferry service from the port of Kangaroo Island to Cape Jervis on the Fleurieu peninsula, South Australia. For this service, the Kangaroo Island terminal is located on Penneshaw SA 5222. You can book tickets to and from Kangaroo Island port right here on AFerry.
Kangaroo Island port facilities
Sealink Ferries is building a new ferry terminal at Penneshaw which was planned to be finished at the end of this year.
It's going to include a café, a gifts shop, a visitor information, etc.
It is forbidden to bring some goods into Kangaroo Island and serious penalties apply.
About Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island is situated off mainland South Australia, southwest of Adelaide. You can take a aferry to Kangaroo Island from Cape Jervis, South Australia. Kangaroo Island is a pristine wilderness and more than one third of the island is protected with nature reserves. Home to sea lions, koalas, pelicans, penguins and a huge variety of other bird species, the island's kangaroos and wallabies far outnumber the human population of around 4600. KI, as the locals call it, is a very big island and you may want to spend a day or two exploring the incredible landscapes and striking (in fact, Remarkable) rock formations while sampling some of the great local food and wine that Australia's third-largest island has to offer.
Kangaroo Island/Penneshaw Map
Penneshaw SA, Kangaroo Island, Australia