Formerly the Deep Creek Conservation Park, Deep Creek National Park is a protected area on the Fleurieu Peninsula. The largest remaining area of natural vegetation in the Fleurieu Peninsula region, featuring a range of local wildlife and beautiful scenery that looks as though it’s been lifted straight off a postcard.
Exploring the park is a definite must for visitors to the region. Once you’re in the park, you can choose to follow one, or a few, of the 15 different walking trails. Each trail offers some incredible views of the surrounding region, including views of Kangaroo Island, Backstairs Passage and Deep Creek Valley. The walks range in difficulty, so make sure you’re fully prepared before setting off.
Late autumn and early spring are the best times to visit. There are park entry fees and dogs are not allowed.
Image from www.environmentsa.org.au
More info, visit: https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/parks/deep-creek-national-park