Love this pic of Lorry Ldr from Groovy Grape Tours, we have experienced extreme weather conditions here and we have had the longest disruption to ferry services in history. So a few visitors were trapped on KI and a few locals trapped on the mainland. That’s what we get for living on a beautiful island sometimes! Its all good now!
This is your chance to win a $1,000 travel voucher! You could come to Kangaroo Island and visit us at Emu Ridge 🙂
All you have to do is fill out the survey from the link below before the 19th of February…
A sneak peak of some of the things you will see if you visit Kangaroo Island… enjoy!
We would love to see you if you are visiting KI. We founded our business Emu Ridge in 1991. A very unique and interesting place to visit, we are proud to have saved Australia’s history, Eucalyptus oil was our first truly Australian product exported overseas and the first major industry for Kangaroo Island. Our pure natural Australian products are also available online, so you can enjoy them even if you aren’t able to visit our beautiful Island.
Our venue at Emu Ridge has two lovely eating areas that are available for coaches and private visitors. One is outside under our veranda, this area can house up to 55 people and the other one is inside this can house 25 visitors. Visitors are welcome to bring their own as Kangaroo Island Adventure Tours do or we can prepare your lunches for you. We have a BBQ which is free for all to use. We do ask that we please receive prior notice for groups, otherwise we have toasted sandwiches and cheese platters available always.
Kate, one of the brilliant Adventure Tour guides, prepares lunch for her group
The group is given access to “VIP” seats to watch our informative 4 min video
Next, they get a brief talk about our wonderful products and are able to browse around the shop while waiting for their lunch
Everybody helps themselves to a fresh, delicious lunch
People relax and enjoy the view as well as each other’s company, while eating their lunch on our deck
If they are lucky enough, they might even get to see a Kangaroo or two!