Kangaroo Island, only 15km off the South Australian mainland, offers unspoilt charm and fresh local produce. There are approximately 4,500 people living on the island, equivalent to the size of Bali or seven Singapores. Not a single fast food chain occupies the island, including the supermarket giants of Coles and Woolworths. The island's annual 'Feastival' Festival is designed for food lovers, with 30 events put on by locals in May to show their produce, wine and cooking skills. An event highlight of the festival is 'table surfing' where locals open their homes to guests for a day or night of eating, drinking and socialising. For Justin Harman, the owner of South Australia's first sheep dairy, Island Pure, 'Feastival' is an event that "gets the consumers and our customers from all over Australia sitting down and eating, having the oyster shucked in front of them, having the cheese made in front of them, so they can all experience where their food is coming from and continue to tell that story." Click here for more information.