It’s no secret that most visitors to South Australia’s Barossa Valley have come for a world-class food and wine experience. The global reputation of the Barossa’s iconic wines is undisputed, and fine dining venues such as Appellation, provide guests access to fresh local cuisine paired with the region’s outstanding wines. Lesser known, the Barossa is home to a large conservation park abundant with native Australian flora and fauna. The Louise has developed a unique experience that offers guests access to one of the simple pleasures of visiting regional Australia, seeing kangaroos up close in their natural habitat.
Your guide arrives at dawn for the 20-minute drive to the nearby conservation park. An easy 15-minute bushwalk into the park leads to a clearing where families of kangaroos are enjoying their breakfast and your gourmet breakfast will be laid out on a picnic blanket in this truly natural setting.
This is not a petting tour and is not for children, but is a memorable way to engage with Australia’s most unique living icons. Breakfast with the Kangaroos affords a great photo opportunity and operates daily October through May with prior booking.
Breakfast with the Kangaroos is $160 per person, allow 2.5 hours.