Kangaroo Island

Australia’s third largest island, set off the coast of South Australia, is a wildlife haven with more than one-third of the island reserved for national or conservation parks. Flinders Chase National Park is famous for its unique granite formations known as the Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch, however visit at dusk and you will be rewarded with seeing bounds of possums, wallabies and seals lolling on the coast. For more information visit here.
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Antarctica is the coldest, driest, windiest and least inhabited continent on earth yet it abounds with the most spectacular diversity of wildlife. Various species of penguins, whales, seals and seabirds migrate to this icy southern paradise for good foraging and breeding grounds. It is a place of contrasts with sheer, iceberg cliffs the size of sky scrapers to colourful lichen and rock beaches crowded with penguins and lazing seals. For more information visit here.

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Patagonia is a mountainous region shared by Argentina and Chile in South America and boasts some of the most dramatic landscapes on Earth. This southern section of the Andes is home to various national parks, some of which are World Heritage listed, and is of very high conservation significance to an abundance of wildlife. For more information visit here or here.

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