Deep Creek Conservation Park is located 100kms south of Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula.  It is only 15 minutes from the ferry terminal at Cape Jervis from where the Kangaroo Island ferries depart.  Located in the Park are five different campgrounds and there is also a network of walking trails, including sections of the famous Heysen Trail. 

The park is the largest remaining block of wildlife habitat on the Fleurieu Peninsula and is home to an array of native wildlife. The walking trails also provide spectacular scenery of the Backstairs Passage, Kangaroo Island and the rugged Deep Creek valley.  Blowhole Beach and Tapanappa Lookout are amazing and are a must see.



While you're in the area, explore nearby Talisker Conservation Park and discover the heritage-listed ruins of a silver and lead mine from the 1860s, or visit Encounter Marine Park which offers some of Australia’s best-preserved ocean wilderness.


Take a virtual tour of Deep Creek Conservation Park, courtesy of Georama           


Click on to the below links for more information on Deep Creek Conservation Park.



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