Kangaroo Island

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Kangaroo Island,

small island, South Australia, S Australia, at the entrance to Gulf St. Vincent. It is 90 mi (145 km) long and 34 mi (55 km) wide. The chief products are barley, sheep, salt, gypsum, and eucalyptus oil. At its west end is Flinders Chase, a large reservation for native flora and fauna. There are many summer resorts. Kingscote (2016 pop. 1,826) is the principal settlement.

Kangaroo Island

an island in the Indian Ocean, off South Australia. Area: 4350 sq. km (1680 sq. miles)