Aurora Ozone Hotel
The Foreshore, Crn Commercial St & Chapman Tce, The Foreshore, Kangaroo Island, 5223, Australia
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Kingscote, Australia (KGC)

Overlooking Nepean Bay on Kingscote’s foreshore, this hotel combines a Victorian facade, modern rooms and contemporary townhouses. Traditional hotel rooms are complemented by modern apartments and two and three bedroom townhouses with generous living spaces, kitchen facilities and an oversized balcony or terrace, and some also boast glorious bay views and a blissful spa bath. Enjoy a swim in the outdoor pool, a soothing sauna or a workout in the gym, and admire the panoramic bay views while dining in the restaurant.

Why we recommend the Aurora Ozone Hotel

  • Seafront location
  • Hotel room, apartment and townhouse accommodation
  • Pool, gym and sauna
  • On-site restaurant with panoramic bay views
  • Free car parking and Wi-Fi

Attractions near the Aurora Ozone Hotel

Meet the locals

At 4,500 square kilometres, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third-largest island and is home to many of Australia’s most-loved native animals and birds. Take a four-minute stroll to the Kangaroo Island Penguin Centre located on Anzac Drive. You’ll have the opportunity to see the local Little Penguin (Fairy Penguin) colonies in their natural habitat as they burrow, socialise, breed and feed their young. A range of guided tours are available.

Another much-loved local, The Pelican Man, runs daily feeding and information sessions for the island’s pelican residents on Kingscote Wharf.

Explore breathtaking national parks

More than one-third of Kangaroo Island contains protected national and conservation parks. Take a leisurely 45-minute drive across the island to Flinders Chase National Park and enjoy some of the island’s, and Australia’s, most picturesque wildernesses.

The National Park occupies the entire western end of Kangaroo Island and is home to an abundance of native flora and fauna. Koalas, platypuses, goannas, echidnas and kangaroos call the National Park home. There are a range of things to do including barbecues and picnics, bushwalking, diving and snorkelling, cycling, four-wheel driving, boating and canoeing, horse riding and guided tours. The southernmost point of the Park features two must-see geological phenomena: Admirals Arch and the Remarkable Rocks. 

Facilities - General

Wheel chair access in hotelLaundry room
Swimming poolHealth club or gym
Day spa 

Facilities - Room

RefrigeratorInternet (wireless)
Tea and coffee making facilitiesInternet (common wireless)

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