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Southern Ocean Lodge Australia

Travel & destination coverage for Southern Ocean Lodge, on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. A remote luxury wilderness lodge positioned on the secluded sea cliffs of the Southern Ocean.

Documentary, landscape, nature & interiors photographic work.

Above: driving through the iconic Australian landscape of Kangaroo Island

Above: Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, over Hanson Bay

Above: the Great Room and fireplace of Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, designed by Kangaroo Island born Max Pritchard

Above left: my KR Wootten bag with one of the many Khai Liew pieces of furniture / Above right: a native yakka

Above left: Southern Ocean Lodge in the late afternoon / Above right: interior of the Great Room

Above left: limestone form / Above right: interior of the Great Room

Above left: a must for the landscape, my Blundstones / Above right: bedside table details, including some sprigs of native rosemary collected on a coastal walk

Above left: en route to the Kangas and Kanapes experience, where you see a mob of kangaroos in the late afternoon

Above left: The Kangaroo Island Kangaroo, shorter, stockier and thick darker coats than mainland species  / Above right: iconic gumtrees of Kangaroo Island, also available as a print within my print shop, titled ‘Eucalyptus’

Above left: gum trees os Kangaroo Island / Above right: me, in the reflection of the landscape

Above: secluded Southern Ocean Lodge on sunset, over Hanson Bay

Above left: coastal heath grasses in the sunlight  / Above right: the Great Room with the fire

Above: the terrace on dusk overlooking the suites, gently nestled within the coastal landscape

Above left: the terrace on dusk overlooking the suites, gently nestled within the coastal landscape / Above right: the clifftop where Southern Ocean Lodge is nestled above Hanson Bay below. This is also part of my new photographic print release titled ‘Undertow’.

Above left: salt haze and fog on dusk over Hanson Bay / Above right: the terrace on dusk overlooking Hanson Bay

Above: ‘Night Air’, the pink hues of dusk, and also a photographic print available in my print shop

Above: dawn at Southern Ocean Lodge, on the rugged clifftops over Hanson Bay

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: the thunderous force of the waves of the Southern Sea

Above: one of my new photographic prints titled ‘Southern Ocean’, available in my print shop 

Above: Limited edition photographic print titled ‘Dawn’

Above: as dawn breaks and the warm tones gently break through and light up the sky and the Southern Sea

Above: as the sun comes up and illuminates the salt haze and the heavy fog over the sea cliffs

Above: sunrise breaking through the coastal grasses, illuminates the salt haze and the fog over the landscape

Above left: the terrace of Southern Ocean Lodge bathed in fog and morning light / Above right: a coastal landscape detail

Above left: the iconic gum trees which populate the island / Above right: looking out to Hanson Bay from the Great Room

Above left: the Great Room, featuring Khai Liew lamps / Above right: Limestone wall created by Kangaroo Island resident and stone mason Scott Wilson, each piece hand carved and positioned

Above left: comfort details at every turn reflecting the islands colour palette  / Above right: Gum trees, the colours of the island

Above left: limestone on the coastal walk / Above right: the dining room of Southern Ocean Lodge

Above left: creme fraiche parfait, McLaren Vale apple spiced sourdough streusel prepared by chef Asher Blackford/ Above right: the dining room and the limestone wall, artwork by Janine Mackintosh

Above left: sand and rock, in a gentle colour palette which is reflected within the interior / Above right: reading and relaxing nooks within the Great Room

Above left: the terrace, bathed in electric blues / Above right: ‘Southern Mist’ cocktail

Above: a corridor of Eucalyptus Trees

Above left: the thriving koalas of Kangaroo Island, resting in the fork of a eucalyptus tree, also available a photographic print in my print shop, titled ‘Koala’ / Above right: native Yakka

Above: the Kangaroo Island Coastal Walking Track, winding through the wilderness of the island’s remote south west coast within Flinders Chase National Park

Above: the rugged landscape of Flinders Chase National Park

Above left: coastal landscape native, Pomaderris / Above right: a New Zealand fur seal taking in the landscape at Admirals Arch, a rock formation from the pounding waves of the Southern Ocean, within Flinders Chase National Park

Above left: the many inlets on the 15km coastal walk within Flinders Chase National Park / Above right: the coastal heath landscape

Above: the Coastal Walking Track, through a variety of terrains, from the fringes of the limestone cliffs, to dense eucalypt forests

Above: the Coastal Walking Track, through a variety of terrains, from the fringes of the limestone cliffs, to dense eucalypt forests

Above left: coastal heath landscape / Above right: detail of the native flora

Above: the rugged coastline with its many inlets

Above: Remarkable Rocks, granite boulders within Flinders Chase National Park

Above: Remarkable Rocks, granite boulders within Flinders Chase National Park

Above: Remarkable Rocks, granite boulders within Flinders Chase National Park

Above: the view from Remarkable Rocks of the vista

Above: sunrise over the walking track within the sand dunes of Seal Bay Conservation Park, Kangaroo Island, on a private and exclusive beach experience, to be alone with the seals

Above left: a mother and pup sea lion / Above right: a sea lion pup coming out of the ocean

Above left: an exhausted mother sea lion, returning to the beach after three days at sea, calling out for her pup / Above right: a pup and mother sea lion

Above left: the bbq breakfast among the sand dunes / Above right: writer Alice, enjoying the gourmet breakfast

Above: the road back to Southern Ocean Lodge, lined with red dirt and trees

Above left: sea cliffs overlooking the most brilliant turquoise water / Above right: my diary with a shot list and some native cuttings

Above left: Short Beaked Echidna at Southern Ocean Lodge / Above right: me, while shooting the landscape and lodge, shot by Rhi Taylor

Above: the sunlit boardwalk through the coastal heath

Above: Southern Ocean Lodge on sunset, before leaving

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