Koala Walking Tour (110 minutes)

AUD $47.00

Duration: 110 minutes (approx.)
Location: Vivonne Bay, South Australia
Product code: KWT

Guided Koala Walking Tour (110 minutes), approximately 4.5km.

Experience the beauty of Kangaroo Island first hand as your guide leads you past the dunes of Little Sahara and then on into the surrounding bushland.

As the trails head towards the Eleanor River, you’ll discover native bush foods along the way (seasonal). Marvel at the beauty of the huge gums trees where you’ll spot koalas, native bee hives, an eagles nest and listen to an amazing chorus of birds.

Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a 1 hour 50 minute walk around Little Sahara while you discover the wonder and beauty of nature’s playground.

Gain an in-depth understanding of all the site and sounds of this unique area as your experienced guide shares knowledge with you.

Walk away feeling like you made a connection with the natural world and Kangaroo Island.

  • Experience local bush foods (seasonal)
  • See wildlife up close – koala sightings guaranteed!
  • Unlimited photo opportunities

Great fun for the whole family, even the kids will enjoy the tour as they are set on a nature-based treasure hunt, searching for items on their activity sheet.

Children under 6 years are FREE!

Minimum number of 2 guests required for tour to run.

Minors under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Tours are customised to your interests and fitness level.

Contact Us

Open 9am to 5pm daily (closed Christmas Day).

Hire equipment and tours can be booked on line. For enquiries please use the details below or use our online contact form.

08 8559 4224

3733 South Coast Rd, Vivonne Bay


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We recommend you plan to spend at least 2 hours at Little Sahara. To help plan your trip, these are the opening hours over the Christmas period: 9am-4pm - Sunday 19th December 9am-6pm - Monday 20th - Thursday 23rd December 9am-5pm - Friday 24th December CLOSED -...


Little Sahara is an accredited business with the South Australian Tourism Commission.

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