Sealink Ferries

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Sealink Ferries operates ferry services between Australia.

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The only Sealink Ferries crossing is Cape Jervis to Kangaroo Island/Penneshaw in Australia with 12 crossings daily. Departures are available throughout the day between 6:00am and 9:45pm.

Sealink Ferries Routes

Important Information

Kangaroo Island has a very special environment which must be protected against pests and diseases. Therefore, you cannot bring certain products to Kangaroo Island, like for example honey products, bee handling equipment, potatoes, rabbits, foxes, etc. Harsh penalties apply.

On board Sealink Ferries

Sealink Ferries owns two vessels: the "Sealion 2000" and the "Spirit of Kangaroo Island". On board you will find comfortable seats in air-conditioned rooms with panoramic windows, TVs and a licensed café. The ships take cars and foot passengers.

The ferries are wheel chair and disabled friendly. There is an electric wheel chair that can be used to board passengers.

Passengers must notify the Kangaroo Island Council if they are bringing a dog or cat to the island.

Both ferries are equipped with baby change facilities.

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How long before departure should I arrive for Sealink Ferries?

Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 30 minutes before departure for all passengers.

Sealink Ferries Ports



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