Wild Islands of South Australia

On this 10-night voyage explore South Australia’s islands and gulf waters, which harbour some of the best-kept secrets of the Australian coastline. With 5000km of deserted shoreline and more than 300 islands, this region offers a diversity of natural wilderness including spectacular bays, remote islands and stunning sea-cliffs. Best of all, it remains wild and unspoilt. Experience a real sense of adventure and a vast array of wildlife – many of the islands are important sanctuaries for birds, kangaroos, wallabies, seals and sea lions. Along the way, indulge in the tastes of South Australia with fresh local seafood and wines complemented with our traditional warm Australian hospitality. 

  • Get up close to wild sea lion colony on the beach at Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island
  • Collect and shuck your own oysters fresh from the sea at Coffin Bay
  • Enjoy sunset sailing past the stunning coastal formations of Cape Jervis and Kangaroo Island
  • Discover the seafood capital of Australia, Port Lincoln, and sample freshly caught local fare at a wine tasting
  • Meet the abalone divers of Eyrewoolf Abalone and taste pan-seared green-lip abalone on the beach at Flinders Island
  • Be rewarded with striking views on South Australia’s coastal walking trails on the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas
  • Take a refreshing dip in the turquoise waters of Reevesby Island in the Sir Joseph Banks Group
  • Learn from our Guest Lecturers of the fascinating exploration history of Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin
  • Visit some of South Australia’s most historic lighthouses at Cape Willoughby and Cape Donington and learn their stories



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Coral Adventurer: Wild Islands of South Australia - Adelaide to Adelaide
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Itinerary:Adelaide, Kangaroo Island (Seal Bay), The Yorke Peninsula, Boston Island, Port Lincoln, Flinders Island, Coffin Bay, Lincoln National Park, Reevesby Island, Kangaroo Island (Cape Willoughby), Adelaide.




  • All excursions with our Expedition Team
  • Use of Xplorer, Zodiacs and Kayaks
  • Snorkelling & SCUBA equipment (SCUBA diving at an additional cost)
  • Daily lectures and briefings with Guest Lecturers
  • All meals, chef-prepared on board
  • Captain’s welcome and farewell events, and open bridge access
  • Selected wines, selected beers and house spirits, juices, and soft drinks served with lunch and dinner
  • 24-hour barista-style coffee and tea station
  • All entrance fees to National Parks, ports, traditional owner fees and charges imposed by governing authorities
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Use of all onboard facilities, incl. a reference library
  • Expedition diary, along with a photo and video gallery documenting the highlights of your voyage
  • Post-cruise transfers
  • Wifi Access – Standard speed connectivity enabling email, social image sharing, web browsing and messaging

Coral Adventurer features spacious and vibrant living spaces created by Brisbane interior design firm, Arkhefield, inspired by the company’s Australian ethos and the wide-open spaces the ship visits.  The ship’s lightweight dual Xplorer expedition tenders, another trademark feature of all Coral Expeditions vessels, extend the capabilities of the ship by allowing deeper exploration on shore excursions. These ‘safari jeeps’ of the sea are fast, sturdy, and comfortable and developed to allow easy boarding from the ship and walk-off disembarkation onto remote shores.

The perfect balance between being large enough for ocean voyaging in comfort yet creating the intimate and relaxed atmosphere for which Coral Expeditions is renowned, Coral Adventurer embodies our Australian philosophy of adventure, relaxation, generosity, storytelling, and appreciation for the great outdoors. Carrying a maximum of 120 passengers –  Coral Adventurer is purpose-built to take you closer to unspoiled vistas in comfort, style, and safety.

The Coral Adventurer features all outside-facing guest cabins with ensuite bathrooms; the majority have a private balcony. Our active stabilisers dampen sea motion whilst travelling on your voyage. Coral Adventurer also features a well equipped gym, passenger elevator and Wi-Fi in all areas for guest comfort.

Meet like minded explorers during single seating dining, with communal table serves for breakfast and lunch, and multi-course table d’hote dinners. The showcase galley allows for viewing as our chefs create fresh small-batch cuisine featuring Australian and local produce. There are multiple indoor and outdoor bars, including our Explorer Bar on the sundeck for sunset drinks, and a curated wine cellar featuring boutique wines and exceptional vintage Australian red.

Coral Adventurer features two trademark Xplorer tenders, which seat all passengers and facilitate comfortable shore excursions, and six zodiacs for more intrepid exploration. The lecture lounge allows for daily expedition briefings and expert presentations, and the small onboard library features a range of books on destinations and wildlife.  The shallow draft and advanced navigation and propulsion systems allowing access to locations closed to large cruise ships.

Guests can enjoy over 1000 square metres of open deck space, including a wrap-around promenade deck with panoramic views. Our crew invite you to join engine room tours, with a high level of crew interaction with guests.

Prices are per person twin share, an indication only and subject to change at any time.

Eligibility:  All Travel Industry Members & families

Conditions: Cancellation, amendment fees will apply – Check with us for details. Prices shown are subject to availability, eligibility and change without notice.

A non refundable booking fee of $100 per person applies.

Email us: info@industryclub.com.au or call 02 97008711