Deep Creek Conservation Park
Immerse yourself in nature along an extensive network of walking trails, including sections of the Heysen Trail, that reveal the beautiful bushland and rugged terrain of Deep Creek Conservation Park.
The park is the largest remaining block of wildlife habitat on the Fleurieu Peninsula and is home to an array of native wildlife. Look out for western grey kangaroos, short-beaked echidnas or some of the 100 bird species that can easily be heard or spotted when walking in the park. The walking trails also provide spectacular scenery of the Backstairs Passage, Kangaroo Island and the rugged Deep Creek valley.
After a day of exploring, why not extend your stay under the stars at one of the five campgrounds or relax in one of the private cottages or retreat accommodation options located in the park.
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
Deep Creek Conservation Park is located 108km south of Adelaide. Access is via Main South Road from Adelaide or Range Road from Victor Harbor.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
General park enquiries - Phone: (+61 8) 8598 0263.
Accommodation bookings and enquiries (Southern Ocean Retreats) - Phone: (+61 8) 8598 4169.
Deep Creek flora species - alphabetical (179kb pdf)
Deep Creek flora species - family (188kb pdf)
Before visiting this park you may need to complete a trip intentions form (184kb pdf).
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
All wood fires or solid fuel fires are prohibited during the Fire Danger Season from 1 November to 30 April. Gas fires are permitted other than on days of Total Fire Ban.
Deep Creek and Talisker Conservation Parks (3.97mb pdf)
Bushwalking in Deep Creek and Talisker Conservation Parks (3.79mb pdf)