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SeaLink Kangaroo Island Ferry at Cape Jervis

Since SeaLink began in 1989 in South Australia connecting travellers with Kangaroo Island, we have grown into Australia's largest marine transport and tourism operator.

We are still a proud Australian-owned company committed to providing brilliant customer experiences through sustainable and culturally respectful marine transport solutions and tourism services that support the communities we operate in.

Find out more about SeaLink, our priorities, our latest news, and explore what a career with us looks like.

  • SeaLink Kangaroo Island Ferry at Cape Jervis

    About SeaLink

    SeaLink began in 1989 providing a major transport link from the mainland to Kangaroo Island in South Australia. In 1996, a group of South Australian investors and staff purchased the company from ove…
  • SeaLink careers

    A career with SeaLink is as diverse and exciting as the amazing destinations we connect our customers to. We also acknowledge that our success comes down to the passion, the quality and the diversity…
  • SeaLink Palm Island ferry departs from the island

    Reconciliation Action Plan

    At SeaLink, we acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Tor…
  • Sustainability

    SeaLink's sustainability programs look at practical ways to improve our internal practices and make them environmentally friendly, as well as find fun and engaging ways we can inform and educate our …
  • An aerial shot of SeaLink North Stradbroke Island ferry

    Community support

    At SeaLink, we pride ourselves on being an integral part of the local communities we provide essential transport services for. We have a long history of helping local communities in good times and ba…
  • Tourists relax at a cafe next to the harbour, against a blue and white ferry in the water

    Contact us

    Find contact details for all SeaLink operations around Australia.