Tapanappa lookout

Covid-19 Update.


A lonely sea sponge on Tunkalilla Beach – Southern Ocean Retreats


Australia has shown tremendous success in ‘flattening’ the curve with South Australia

now relaxing restrictions and encouraging travel to the State’s regional areas.

If you have been marooned at home during these restrictions and are finally able

to move about it’s hard to think of a better place to visit than Deep Creek Conservation Park.

Vast open spaces, stunning landscapes and an abundance of wildlife are waiting for you.


The soothing sound of cascading water


Social isolation in the context of where our accommodation is located is actually a treat!

Furthermore, we have put in place a number of additional measures to ensure the

well-being of our guests as part of the new ‘Covid normal’ during these unusual times.

As always our cottages, retreats and homestead are the perfect spot

from which to explore the many attractions the park has to offer.


Our viewing platforms to nature in Deep Creek Conservation Park


In Deep Creek Conservation Park, things have never looked better.

The late autumn rains have washed the summer dust off the leaves and the

landscape has a delightfully fresh feel about it.  There are numerous walking trails

to choose from be it a 20 minute stroll to a 7 hour circuit hike. The walks are graded

from easy to hard and take in a variety of landscapes to suit your abilities and tastes.


Locals are blasé about the stunning backdrop at Blowhole Beach