How to find us
Deep Creek Conservation Park is 102 kms south of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, and is an ideal base from which to explore the Fleurieu Peninsula.
If you are driving from Adelaide take the Southern Express Way for the pleasant 90 minute journey that takes you past the famous McLaren Vale wine region before ascending to Sellicks Hill and the Victory Hotel, a good spot for lunch before leaving the distant metropolis behind. The journey continues through the townships of Myponga with its micro brewery, Yankalilla (the bakery is a popular stop), Normanville and Second Valley taking in lovely coastal scenery and rolling countryside along the way.
For those coming by road from the eastern states or who are following the famous Great Ocean Road there is now an extended route along the South Australian coast known as “The Fleurieu Way”. It passes through some of the most scenic parts of the Fleurieu Peninsula including Deep Creek en-route to Cape Jervis, Kangaroo Island and Adelaide. From Victor Harbor take Range Road past Waitpinga and the localities of Willow Creek and Parawa before turning off to Deep Creek Conservation Park.
En-Route To Kangaroo Island Via Cape Jervis
Deep Creek Conservation park provides the perfect stepping stone for those visiting Kangaroo Island. Our accommodation is only 10 minutes from the Kangaroo Island Ferry Service at Cape Jervis. The Park’s beautiful scenery ensures it is often included in the itinerary of nature lovers who are also visiting Kangaroo Island.
How to get to Kangaroo Island
If you are flying from interstate there are currently no direct flights to Kangaroo Island. However, Qantas offers 12 flights per week from Adelaide to Kingscote, a 35 minute journey.
Sealink operates a daily passenger, vehicle & freight service from Cape Jervis to Penneshaw of about 45 minutes in duration.
KI Connect operates a daily fast ferry service of 30 minutes for passengers from Cape Jervis to Penneshaw. Car rental is also available once on the Island.
A daily coach service departs from Adelaide Central Bus Station, 83 Franklin Street, at 3.30pm arriving at Cape Jervis at 5.15pm. Departures from Cape Jervis are at 9.30am arriving in Adelaide at the central bus station at 11.25am. Full details of stops along the way can be found here.
The 110km journey by road to ferry services at Cape Jervis is a scenic journey of approximately 1 hour & 40 minutes. Follow signs to the Southern Express Way and from there Main South Road will take you through the townships of Myponga, Yankalilla, Normanville, Second Valley, Delamere, and finally Cape Jervis.