Camping at Deep Creek Conservation Park
Pitch a tent in one of the five unpowered campgrounds located among the park’s rugged bushland. While some sites are suitable for caravans, others can only be accessed by foot along the Heysen Trail, which winds through the native vegetation. You may spot a yellow-tailed black-cockatoo in the branches of the old growth stringybark forest on your way to your camp site.
Shower and toilet facilities are available at Stringybark Campground. All other campgrounds have toilets except for Eagle Waterhole.
Schools will need to book using a school booking form.