Deep Creek Conservation Park

Free experience
Deep Creek Conservation Park

What you can expect

The Fleurieu Peninsula's largest remaining natural vegetation, Deep Creek Conservation Park offers visitors an incredible display of wildlife and beautiful scenery. Home to some of Australia's most loved animals including Wester Grey Kangaroos and Short Beaked Echidnas, as well as around 100 different bird species that are often heard before being seen. Offering visitors the only bush camping within a 100km radius of Adelaide, and the five campgrounds are ideal destinations for city escapes. Four of the campgrounds are easily accessible via two wheel drive cars, while the grounds located on the Heysen Trail are only accessible by foot. The park offers 15 different walking trails, each of which provide some incredible views of various local attractions including Kangaroo Island, Backstairs Passage and Deep Creek Valley. The walks range in difficulty and length, so be sure to pick the track best suited to your travel group.


What you need to know

  • Information centres
  • Toilet blocks
  • Campgrounds
  • Bush camping
  • Hot Showers
  • Water taps
  • Stringybark Loop Walk
  • Forest Circuit Walk
  • Goondooloo Ridge Walk
  • Spring Wildflower Walk
  • Talisker Silver Lead Mine Hike
  • Deep Creek Waterfall Hike from Tent Rock Road
  • Deep Creek Cove Hike from Trig picnic area
  • Aaron Creek Circuit Hike
  • Deep Creek Cove Hike from Tapanappa Lookout
  • Blowhole Beach - Cobbler Hill Marrano Creek Hike
  • Blowhole Beach Hike
  • Deep Creek Waterfall Hike from Tapanappa Lookout
  • Boat Harbor Circuit Hike
  • Aaron Creek Hike
  • Deep Creek Circuit Hike
Impressive natural scenery
Resident kangaroos and echidnas
15 scenic walking trails
Camping and bush camping grounds
Ample facilities
Information centres
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