Things to Do on King Island
King Island offers a host of experiences from discovering the Island's unique natural attractions with a self guided tour visiting our coastal landscape of the magnificent Seal Rocks and the 7000 year old remains of an ancient forest. Perhaps you would rather explore more in depth with an experienced tour company who will share hidden secrets and tales.www.kingislandbustours.com.au or www.kingislandholidayvillage.com.au
Discover paddock to plate with Meat Your Beef farm tours, where you will enjoy an exquisite meal showcasing King Island Beef after spending time with a passionate farmer who will explain farming on King Island.
If you enjoy horse riding and take in the pristine scenery of the beaches and tracks, Kind Island Trail Rideshttp://www.kingislandtrailrides.com.au caters for beginners to advanced riders and will ensure you have an experience that won't be forgotten.
Fishing around King Island
Fishing on King Island is a local pastime. With the Island lying in the pristine waters of the Bass Strait, the variety and quality of fish is an angler's paradise. The beach house provides basic rods or bring your own. The true experience however would be to do a guided tour with a 5th generation King Islander, who knows the island and tides like no one else regardless of weather conditions. Options can range from a beach/jetty or rock trip or enjoy a day out on the boat. Contact Matthew on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0499 806 243
No Ordinary Island - No Ordinary Cheese
King Island's splendid isolation wouldn't be complete without visiting the award-winning and world class dairy, that provides some of the finest cheeses on earth. Luckily the fromargerie is only a minutes drive from King Island Escapes or a 10 minute walk along the country lane. www.kingislanddairy.com.au
King Island is home to four lighthouses and the most majestic being Cape Wickham which stands at the northern tip of King Island and overlooks the Cape Wickham golf course. This impressive piece of history was first lit in 1861 and is the largest lighthouse in the Southern Hemisphere.
There really is nowhere quite like King Island.
The accommodation was superb! King Island is a little treasure for anyone who lives here, and a luxury for those who visit.