Cadaques KI is conveniently located 20 minutes by car from the Penneshaw Ferry Terminal on Kangaroo Island or 25 minutes from the Kingscote Airport.
This beautiful, peaceful and uninterrupted stay in a 3-4 bedroom, architecturally designed limestone off-the-grid retreat is situated on the north-eastern end of the Island close to a variety of attractions including fabulous beaches (including Island Beach and Pennington Bay), National Parks, great food and wine venues, walking trails (including American River), sculpture trails (Penneshaw), and nature tours (including swimming with dolphins).
50 steps to the water's edge
Marine conservation park
Wildlife & Birdlife
Off the grid experience
About Pelican Lagoon
Pelican Lagoon is a unique seawater lagoon in Kangaroo Island, South Australia. This beautiful tidal inlet of water is located on the north coast of the Island, about 19 kilometres south east of Kingscote. The lagoon was named by Matthew Flinders in1802 after the large population of pelicans present in its waters and adjoining shorelines. Fishing in its waters has been restricted due to the important role it plays as fishery hatchery.
Since 2012, the Pelican Lagoon Sanctuary Zone has been within Encounter Marine Park. The lagoon is probably the oldest marine protected area in South Australia, having been protected since 1914 and is currently managed by National Parks South Australia.
With the Lagoon are about 5 small islands. It is full of marine life, providing an amazing and unique experience for snorkelling and kayaking, and walks along the coast.