Meet our Cellar door or farm gate members
South Australia's only commercial eucalyptus oil distillery. Producers of Eucalyptus oil, natural products and a unique tourist attraction.
The Kangaroo Island Olive Oil Company and The Figgery are tucked away on the north coast of Kangaroo Island at Stokes Bay.
This Kangaroo Island family bee-keeping business produces many varieties of delicious honey sourced from rare Ligurian bees.
Dudley Cellar Door & Function Room is perched on a clifftop with views of mainland Australia. Taste 100% KI wines & and enjoy a platter in a relaxed, family friendly setting.
Showcasing Kangaroo Island aquaculture and sustainable seafood on a working oyster farm. Freshest oysters on Kangaroo Island!
We are a Kangaroo Island Family with a passion for sustainable food farming and production.
Kangaroo Island Tourism Food Wine and Beverages is a non-profit, incorporated, membership-based body, working with its members and stakeholders to develop the tourism industry.
With magnificent views across the vineyard and the bay, this winery is the perfect place to taste some of Bay of Shoals award winning wines.
We produce a range of gourmet products including value-added olive products and other condiments, we will also be presenting Permaculture workshops
Emu Bay Lavenders humble story began in 2001 where a small lavender garden was planted. The 51-acre farm is owned by a 5th generation Kangaroo Island family.
Springs Road Kangaroo Island Wines - Cellar Door open for tastings 12-5pm daily just 7km out of Kingscote on the Playford Highway.
The only boutique distillery in South Australia, Kangaroo Island Spirits is located in Cygnet River, within a quirky cellar door.
After years of home brewing and testing recipes, Greg and Sharon's ambition of owning a brewery became a reality.
False Cape vineyard and Cellar Door is located in the picturesque Willson River Valley surrounded by nature, enjoy great wine, food and kids play area.
Enjoy wines from The Islander Estate Vineyard, rated as a 5-star winery by wine critic James Halliday.
Kangaroo Island Brewery - the original cellar door microbrewery.