Places to Visit
Kangaroo Island is one of South Australia's most popular locations noted for it's beatiful fresh air, food, produce and lifestyle. No matter your taste for food or adventure, Kangaroo Island offers an experience to suit everyone's desire. Here are some ideas for local trips to places often with a 30 minute drive of Sunrise on Falie at American River.
Surrounding American River are a host of options to dine out and mix with the locals if you choose not to cook at home at Sunrise on Falie.
Enjoy the flavours and experiences!
We recommend you book first to ensure you are not disappointed.
The Shed Friday night.
KI Tru Thai Thursday night.
Oyster Farm Shop open 11am - 3pm
Deck Cafe on the Wharf open 9am till 3pm.
A little further out.
Clifford's Honey Farm.
Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Oil Distillery
Cactus open 7.30am till 2.30pm 7 days
Bella Cafe & Pizza Bar
Best to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
Oyster Farm Shop
(08) 8553 7122
44 Tangara Drive
The Oyster Farm Shop is the processing and packaging facility for Kangaroo Island shellfish and is the largest commercial oyster farm on Kangaroo Island, located at American River, walking distance from Sunrise on Falie.
Their oyster beds are moored in the pristine clean waters of American River. If you go sailing up toward Ballast Head, you'll pass the team caring for your oysters!
KI Tru Thai
0408 848 211
148 Old Salt Lake Road
Thursday Night - locals from far and wide visit KI Tru Thai. It's located a very fancy shed - on a farm - with the most AMAZING atmosphere. If ever you wanted to experinece some great Aussie country hospitality - KI Tru Thai is a must.
There's live music in one corner, tables full of happy people scattered around, fires burning in barrels, and the lovely authentic Thai food cooked by Thai Chefs using local fresh Kangaroo Island produce.
When you turn onto Old Salt Lake Road, you drive along it for about a kilometre to find the gate on your right hand side.
The Enchanted Fig Tree - Hannaford & Sachs
(08) 8559 2236
5997 North Coast Road
Step into a fairytale, where you dine beneath the boughs and embraced by the leaves of an ancient fig tree planted by the early settlers.
Over many years, the gnarled branches have touched the ground to grow again, forming enchanting rooms with ceilings of swaying leaves and dappled light.
This unique dining experience is seasonal from December to April, before the leaves start to fall.
Open for lunch, Wednesday to Sunday between December 1 and April 30.