Hotels

Kangaroo Island’s Sea Dragon Lodge & Villas open for business

From the double tragedy of bushfires and COVID-19, South Australia’s Kangaroo Island is getting the message out that it’s open for business once more and still has a lot to offer visitors.

Sea Dragon Lodge & Villas is a boutique, adults-only, luxury retreat located on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. The 250-acre coastal estate offers stunning ocean views, wildlife and access to a pristine, secluded private beach.

All properties are eco-friendly and have spacious modern kitchens, living and dining areas, quality leather lounge suites, digital entertainment, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, free WiFi, and much more.

If your clients don’t feel like cooking, evening meals utilising local produce is available and are delivered to the accommodation.

Pink Bay beach is safe for swimming, fishing, sunbaking or just enjoying a glass of wine at sunset. Often dolphins, seals and whales (seasonal) are seen passing by!

Guests can also explore some of the many nature walking trails nearby to spot kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, glossy black cockatoos, and goannas.

Your clients can even immerse themselves in some of the best Kangaroo Island has to offer by taking one of Sea Dragon’s bespoke, private tours that explore locations such as Flinders Chase National Park, Seal Bay Conservation Park, Pennington Bay, along with various local produce and product outlets including honey farms, a eucalyptus distillery, art galleries, and wineries.

Sea Dragon Lodge & Villas is a true blend of nature, elegance and genuine hospitality to create an unforgettable Australian experience.

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