Kangaroo Island (KI), South Australia, is Australia's third-largest island. A popular tourist destination, KI has many ecotourism attractions. The program follows a group of Geographers and others discovering landscapes, landforms, animals and their habitats, communities and heritage. An aim is to show the major attractions and how good management leads to protection of natural and cultural environments and sustainable tourism. Content includes: Introduction to KI management. --The ferry trip from the mainland. --Early history. --Cape Willoughby Lighthouse. --Seal Bay - Australian sea lions. --South Coast Beaches. --Cape Du Couedic area - fur seals and fur sea lions, Admirals Arch, Remarkable Rocks. --Kelly Hill Caves. --Bushwalk and wildlife. --Cape Borda. --Sustainable camp site. --Rural activities and tourism - Honey Farm, Eucalyptus Distillery, Sheep Dairy, Vineyards and Wineries. --Kingscote - the main town and others, pelicans and penguins. --Kanopy.