We are traveling to Flinder's early January and now I am deciding whether to take a tour. I am intrigued by the Admiral Arch and the nearby wildlife in additional to those little penguins in other parts of the island.
I wonder how easy it is to just go and see all these things by ourselves in a car or the logistics are rather complicated so it's better to take a tour? Is the path to Admiral Arch easy to find and follow?
We mostly travel on our own with a private guide sometimes, and last time we took a group tour we didn't really enjoy much. Our experience in Australia has been that it's a country very easy to do it yourself, and group tour isn't that necessary. Is it the same with Kangaroo Island especially in Flinder's.
One last thing, are vineyards on KI worth taking a look? We are spending only 2 nights on the island and will be in Barossa valley as well so unless they are quite special we will give it a pass.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions.