SeaLink ramps up South Australia
MANY of SeaLink’s South Australia operations are ramping up again, with the announcement of local travel restrictions being lifted.
Kangaroo Island is likely to see a boost in tourism numbers with SeaLink offering special self-drive packages and discount vouchers for key tourist attractions and eateries including the Oyster Farm Shop, Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park and False Cape Wines.
The self-drive packages combine ferry tickets and accommodation deals for visitors taking their own car. A three-night package starts at $327pp, with travellers staying three nights for the price of two. More offers can be found at www.sealink.com.au/loveki.
The company is also hopeful that the paddlewheeler PS Murray Princess, which operates under the Captain Cook Cruises brand, will resume cruising from mid to late July.
The paddlewheeler is the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and is fitted with 60 cabins. The vessel is expected to recommence with reduced passenger numbers, with Captain Cook Cruises following social distancing and Cruise Well guidelines.