Stringybark camping area

Camping fee Caravan access Drinking water Hot showers Information No rubbish disposal Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Nature walk Walking trails

Deep Creek’s main camping area is sheltered by delightful stringybark forest, a feature of the park’s higher ground. It’s a comfortable base camp for daytrips and walks on Tapanappa Rd, 9 km south-east of Delamere. A permit is required from the self-registration station.


Who to contact: Deep Creek Conservation Park (08) 8598 0263; or Friends of the Heysen Trail (08) 8212 6299

This campsite is located in Deep Creek Conservation Park

This is a park with everything: wild beaches, hidden waterfalls, lush undergrowth and dramatic coastal cliffs. It’s also home to the Fleurieu’s largest remaining patch of native vegetation, which makes this a significant wildlife habitat. It’s an engaging landscape to camp in and explore, though you need to be energetic to get the most out of the walking trails in this steep terrain. There’s also excellent cabin and cottage accommodation available within the park.

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