Author(s): Edited by Alison Higgs
Separated from the mainland by the 30 kilometres of treacherous water known as Backstairs Passage, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third-largest island. The coast, wild and rugged in parts, has cliffs and rocky outcrops formed by a beating from the Southern Atlantic, interspersed with tranquil soft white sandy beaches and turquoise
Kangaroo Island is home to a thriving community dominated by agriculture, fishing and tourism. Nature parks and conservation take up about a third of the island, ensuring its unspoiled land is protected for the
future – a far cry from the days when the island was inhabited by whalers, sealers and others who pillaged the natural resources.
This stunning collection of photographs captures some of the unique beauty and richness of Kangaroo Island.
- : 9781743057032
- : Wakefield Press Pty, Limited
- : Wakefield Press
- : February 2021
- : books
- : Edited by Alison Higgs