Office Closure - Commencing 5pm Tuesday, 24 March

In response to the COVID-19 virus, Council’s offices at Dauncey Street and the Depot will be closed to the public until further notice.

However, Council staff will continue to provide services to the community. To order Library books, pay bills or to speak with Council staff, please phone, email or utilise our online services. For all Council enquiries & payments please phone Customer Service on: 08 8553 4500 or email kicouncil@kicouncil.sa.gov.au alternatively, Council Payments can be made online, click here.

As per Federal and State Government requirements Playgrounds, Skate parks & Council Campgrounds are now CLOSED. Our parks and reserves remain open for your leisure.

Further updates will be communicated via Council’s website, Council’s Facebook Page, The Islander newspaper and Council’s Community window. Thank you.

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Kangaroo Island Bushfires

As of Monday 24 February 2020, the Recovery Centre at 12 Jubilee Ave Parndana will be open Monday to Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm and Saturday and Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm and can assist with all fire recovery needs, including grant applications. Phone 0438 861 215

For information on current warnings visit the CFS website.

For other Recovery Information visit Department of Human Services website. Additional information is also available on Council's website.

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Feral Cat Eradication Project

Kangaroo Island is nationally important for biodiversity conservation, primary production and tourism, with nearly 50% of the native vegetation remaining.  Kangaroo Island is already free from foxes and rabbits.

Kangaroo Island is set to become one of the world's largest inhabited islands free of feral cats under a community-driven, Australian Government plan to make the island a safe haven for wildlife. Kangaroo Island joins Bruny Island, French Island, Christmas Island and Dirk Hartog Island on the Australian Government's list of five priority islands (announced June 2016) aiming to become feral cat free.

The feral cat eradication project aims to eradicate feral cats by 2030 in conjunction with a gradual and systematic phasing out of all domestic cats. During this time a registration system will continue with the current stringent conditions for domestic cat ownership.

This project is a joint initiative of Natural Resources Kangaroo Island (DEWNR and the KI NRM Board) and Kangaroo Island Council in collaboration with Primary Industries and Regions South Australia and partnering with Invasive Animal Cooperative Research Centre and Ecological Horizons.

The Natural Resources Kangaroo Island website contains a range of information about the project including:

  • Feral Cat eradication Kangaroo Island prospectus
  • Information on the impacts of feral cats
  • The three stages of the project
  • An FAQs factsheet
  • Project sponsorship
  • FeralCatScan

Click here for a copy of the Feral Cat Trapping on KI brochure.