Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 - SeaLink Kangaroo Island

SeaLink, Kangaroo Island’s ferry and holiday packaging operator, has launched its Get Back to the Things That Matter campaign showcasing the Island’s stunning beauty and drawing on themes of romance and family adventure, matched with a range of discounted accommodation and ferry packages. 

“This is about reconnecting with the things that matter on Kangaroo Island, such as spending time with family not just at the beginning or end of the day, but all day,” Julie-Anne Briscoe, SeaLink’s Marketing Manager, says.

“It’s where friends seem closer, where nature is all around you and wildlife is your neighbour and where long walks feed your soul and sumptuous natural food creates a better taste for life. This can all be found in this wonderful place, which is Kangaroo Island.”

All of SeaLink’s packages and special bonus offers are in a new 60-page Kangaroo Island and holiday tour brochure for 2013-14.

“Over the past 15 months, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) has done an amazing job promoting and creating awareness about Kangaroo Island as one of Australia’s top tourist destinations with its Let Yourself Go campaign,” Ms Briscoe says.

“The launch of SeaLink’s new campaign, together with our new tour brochure, makes it easy for people to experience this amazing Island at a beautiful time of the year.

“Our new television and press advertisements include incredible imagery with real people enjoying real experiences.

“Your journey begins the moment you board your ferry cruise to Kangaroo Island. Once you arrive you will feel like you have been transformed. There’s stunning lighthouses, beachfront accommodation with sweeping million-dollar ocean vistas, exceptional cellar doors with local food and wine which will all guarantee a romantic holiday that’s really outside the norm. And for the adventure seekers, you can really let yourself go with quad biking, helicopter rides, swimming with dolphins, kayaking the Harriet River, sand boarding down enormous sand dunes or just taking a simple beach walk.”

SeaLink packages including return passenger and car ferry fares to and from Kangaroo Island and three nights’ self-contained accommodation, start from just $274 per adult. Kids start from just $84 per child extra. Every self-drive package booked to travel between 17 May and 31 August 2013 will receive a FREE travel voucher booklet with discounts and special offers at more than 26 attractions, experiences, cafes, restaurants and cellar doors around Kangaroo Island. Some conditions do apply.

“SeaLink is really a one-stop-shop for Kangaroo Island and we make booking a getaway very easy. We’ve gathered the best accommodation, tours, transport, self-drive options, activities and experiences Kangaroo Island has to offer,” Ms Briscoe says.

SeaLink’s highly-trained Kangaroo Island specialists offer friendly and knowledgeable advice to book the perfect holiday. To find out more or order a free brochure call 13 13 01, visit or simply visit your local travel agent.

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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.

About SeaLink Travel Group

SeaLink Travel Group, established in 1989, is a South Australian success story. As well as operating ferries to Kangaroo Island in South Australia, it runs ferries between Magnetic Island and Townsville in Queensland and owns Australia’s iconic Captain Cook Cruises on Sydney Harbour. SeaLink also operates 4WD, coach touring and charter businesses in Adelaide and on Kangaroo Island, wholesales to the trade, operates retail travel agencies in Adelaide and Sydney, a ski holiday transport and packaging business to the Victorian Alps, Vivonne Bay Lodge on Kangaroo Island and manages the Adelaide Central Bus Station facility.

Julie-Anne Briscoe
P: 08 8202 8699
M: 0408 695 413


Kangaroo Island campaign, SeaLink



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