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Having been on my bucket list for quite a few years and finally getting there was another tick. On first walking into the Lodge your breath is taken away with the view in front of you from the huge wall of glass then you look...More
Spent 3 nights at the Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangeroo island (KI). The lodged is sited on a beautiful part of KI which is a short 30 min flight from Adelaide the capital of South Australia. On arrival you are collected by a friendly member...More
We have just completed three magical nights at the SOL. We booked late so we ended up in the most expensive (but also most special) Osprey suite. Everything is complimentary and the food is simply superb. You can walk to Hanson Bay or complete a...More
Have been to Longitude and was so excited about coming here. During last few trips over it wasn’t possible to fit into the itinerary so the anticipation was high.
The long track and then drive that you go down to enter the lodge builds it...More
Spent three nights, four full days at the Southern Ocean Lodge as part of our month long trip. This was the second Baillie property we stayed in having visited the glorious Capella in Lord Howe Island. We expected great things and they didn't fail to...More
Reptilian repugnance is a no-need- to-worry reality here at the lodge and its surrounding area. Aussie snakes and lizards are more of a photo shoot opportunity than a meet& greet happening. We always wear hicking boots when... More
Reptilian repugnance is a no-need- to-worry reality here at the lodge and its surrounding area. Aussie snakes and lizards are more of a photo shoot opportunity than a meet& greet happening. We always wear hicking boots when wandering in the bush and cover up in the height of summer.
The hotel staff will drill you adequately. Other than that.. enjoy to the max.