Established since 1992. KI Eggs is a pastured free range egg farm producing delicious fresh eggs, available around Kangaroo Island, Adelaide, Melbourne & Sydney.
Farmed marron and wine from the vineyard grapes are showcased in the Marron Cafe, plus marron viewing and cellar door tastings and sales of the wines and bush tucker sauces.
Family owned agribusiness committed to producing award-winning extra virgin olive oil and table olives.
The Barrios family have been producing local olive oil since 2006. A utilization of old olive trees to make an award winning oil to be able to supply our local community.
Kangaroo Island Sea Salt, the way nature intended
Yumbah Kangaroo Island first started farming Abalone in 1995 on the North Coast of Kangaroo Island in tranquil Smith Bay.
KI Living Honey is a small family business with a focus on high standards in Raw Organic Honey production and brings to life how honey should be produced and consumed.
Kangaroo Island Source specialises in gourmet food production, catering and sharing with visitors the abundance of delicious ingredients.
Come and taste award winning wines at our boutique, coastal winery, just 5 minutes North of Kingscote. Enjoy a hamper- style picnic whilst you soak in the spectacular ocean views.
Visit the showcase of Latitude 36 products at the families business "Clifford's Honey Farm". Hand made food products.
Figs from The Figgery Specialty fig products from the sunny North Coast of Kangaroo Island
Emu Bay Lavender Farm produces natural lavender products. Our licensed café menu uses seasonal and local produce. Treat yourself with an oversized lavender scones.
Kangaroo Island Honey products, local produce, crafts and that very special Jenny's ice-cream is available from Clifford’s Honey Farm shop.
Island Beehive is an interactive visitor centre and gift shop located in Kingscote. The hand made honeycomb ice-cream is a must try.
Founded in 1991 the Turners revived a historical industry that once thrived on KI. Local produce, art craft, meals, bar, coffee and cake.