Continuing on from the success of this year’s inaugural Kangaroo Island Seafood Feastival, the 2013 Kangaroo Island FEASTival – held from 25 to 30 April - has been expanded to include a more diverse showcase of KI produce including seafood, game, wine, gin and more.
“We were overwhelmed with the response from this year’s KI Seafood Feastival, and we are thrilled that the event will be returning in a bigger and better format next year, highlighting the world-class quality of Kangaroo Island’s produce, chefs, restaurants, idyllic locations and our pristine environment,” SeaLink Marketing Manager Julie-Anne Briscoe says.
“From a Tasting KI day tour to self-drive packages for those who wish to take their own car, to fly in/fly out packages we have developed a range of packages that make it easy to visit the island and indulge in its treasures.”
The Day tour package from Adelaide to the Tasting KI event at Kingscote Wharf on Sunday 28th April is just $107 per person including return coach and ferry transfers from Adelaide with priority entry into the Tasting KI event. Bookings made before 28 February 2013 will receive an earlybird special price of $99 per person.
For the ultimate experience - starting from $761 per person - the Kangaroo Island FEASTival self-drive package includes return SeaLink ferry travel from Cape Jervis with your own car, tickets to the SeaLink Launch Night with George Calombaris and tickets to Maggie Beer’s Roman Banquet Lunch along with and three nights’ accommodation at the Aurora Ozone Hotel. If you don’t have your own car and require coach and ferry transfers, prices are from $791 per person.
The Roman Banquet with Maggie Beer Package is priced from $517 per person, twin share, including return transfers from Adelaide, return ferry travel, all transfers, two nights’ accommodation in Kingscote and a ticket to Maggie Beer's Roman Banquet Lunch at the Andermel Marron Farm.
People can also construct their own self-drive package, choosing where they want to stay on the island and picking the events they wish to attend.
Packages are also being offered from Melbourne flying with Virgin Australia and either flying into Kangaroo Island or picking up a hire car from Adelaide Airport and taking the ferry.
“SeaLink offers more than120 accommodation properties on Kangaroo Island so whether you’re into sharing a holiday house with a group of friends or booking a luxuriously, romantic penthouse for two, there’s something for everyone and the KI FEASTival is a wonderful time to spend wining and dining your way around our fabulous island,” Ms Briscoe says.
For more information or to book, visit http://www.sealink.com.au/kifeastival or call 13 13 01.
People who wish to purchase just event tickets on their own should contact VenueTix.
SeaLink Kangaroo Island
SeaLink Kangaroo Island (part of the SeaLink Travel Group) provides the major transport link between the South Australian mainland and the internationally recognised tourist icon of Kangaroo Island. Their two large specially built passenger and vehicle ferries provide a 45 minute service to the island for international and domestic tourists, Kangaroo Island residents as well as being the major freight service provider between the Island and the mainland, carrying frieght ranging from livestock and grain to dangerous, including fuel and gas. SeaLink Kangaroo Island also offer an extensive range of one day and two day tours which allow visitors the chance to experience the highlights of Kangaroo Island including Seal Bay, Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch.
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SeaLink Travel Group
The SeaLink Travel Group is a wholly South Australian company, established in 1989. This continually expanding company includes ferry and ship operations to Kangaroo Island, on Sydney Harbour and also the Great Barrier Reef; coach touring and charter operations; adventure and 4WD tours; Kangaroo Island accommodation; bus station management, software development, a ski holiday business, holiday packages and holiday travel centres.