Deep Creek Conservation Park is the single largest parcel of native vegetation on the Fleurieu Peninsula.  It is hard not to be in awe of its ever changing skies where land and ocean meet.  Yet beneath this panoramic horizon lies an equally impressive but intricate world of tiny native flowers, fungi of the most striking shapes and colours and more wildlife than you can poke a stick at (not that you would!).

These elements provide a rich palette for those wanting to capture the moment through painting or photography.  Which ever sense you favour to experience your world a visit to Deep Creek is a time to relax, a time to reflect, a time to be inspired.



It’s not surprising that a park of this size is home to so many plants and animals. Read more…


From the Ngurunderi dreaming story, the arrival of European explorers through to the establishment of Deep Creek Conservation Park, there is a story to be told. Read more…

Photography & Art

Whether you prefer pixels to paint, there is a rich palette of colours in this inspiring landscape. Read more…