The descent to Blowhole Beach in Deep Creek Conservation Park

The descent to Blowhole Beach in Deep Creek Conservation Park

 

Although Deep Creek Conservation Park is characterized by rugged

coastal terrain the vast majority of the Park is accessible by conventional vehicle.

Yes, the unsealed roads can get a bit corrugated at times but generally, there are no issues with

access.

 

 There are only 2 exceptions to this rule; the track from Cobbler Hill to Blow Hole Beach

and the Boat Harbour track.  The descent from the top of the Cobbler Hill car park to

Blow Hole Beach offers spectacular views across Backstairs Passage towards Kangaroo Island.

 Once at the car park a short walk takes you to this beautiful beach.

 

Aerial view of Blowhole Beach - South Australian Tourism Commission

Aerial view of Blowhole Beach – South Australian Tourism Commission

Similarly, the Boat Harbour track winds its way through messmate forests and

switch backs to eventually reveal a wonderful view to the Pages Islands.

A 10 minute walk leads to the secluded Boat Harbour beach

from where you can often spot dolphins cruising by.

 

 

Boat Harbor Road in spring

Boat Harbor Road in spring

If you would like to explore these parts of the Park but don’t own a four wheel drive we can help.

During the months of June and July we will provide complimentary transport

to either of these locations from your cottage for guests with conventional

vehicles staying with us between Sunday and Thursday.

For full terms & conditions please contact us on Tel. 8598 4169.

 

Your carriage awaits

Your carriage awaits