Stringybark Campground - Deep Creek Conservation Park

National Park - South Australia


Deep Creek Conservation Park is the largest portion of remaining natural vegetation on the Fleurieu Peninsula and is home to an array of native wildlife such as western grey kangaroos, short beaked echidnas and 100 species of birds that can be heard and seen while walking in the park.  Whales can be seen cruising the coast during their annual migration which takes place from June to October.

Located within 100km of Adelaide, this park is a perfect destination for a day trip or weekend getaway. Five campgrounds are dotted throughout the park with four of them accessible by 2WD vehicles.  The other campground is 'hike-in' only and situated on the Heysen trail, making it an ideal environment for a family adventure.

The 15 walking trails in the park provide spectacular scenery of Backstairs Passage, Kangaroo Island and the rugged Deep Creek Valley. The walks range from easy to very difficult so accommodating for all ages and abilities.  The walking trail network in Deep Creek Conservation Park includes sections of the famous Heysen Trail.

Nestled amongst tall stringybark trees, this campground has sixteen allocated campsites with plenty of shade and wind protection. Access 2WD and 4WD. All site suitable for tents Some site suitable for camper vans, camper trailers and caravans. Facilities, flushing toilets, hot showers, picnic tables. Campfires fire pits per site (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Number of campsites, 16 allocated campsites. Unpowered.

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Camping Fee $28.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from