BLOWHOLE BEACH: DEEP CREEK CONSERVATION PARK
Deep Creek Conservation Park is located in the Fleurieu Peninsula of South Australia approximately 107 kilometres from Adelaide City. It is home to an array of native wildlife such as the western grey kangaroos, short beaked echidnas and 100 species of birds that can be heard and seen while hiking in the park. The drive took us around almost two hours to get to Cobbler Hill car park. From the car park, if you have a 4WD you can drive all the way to Blowhole beach car park or leave your car and walk.
There’s plenty of hiking trails in the park walks range from easy to very difficult. Since we aren’t experienced hikers we only choose the easy ones. We hiked from Cobbler Hill car park to Blowhole Beach it is a 1.5 km downhill walk to Blowhole beach. Then going back our friend who brought a 4WD drove us back to Cobbler Hill park. The views of the hike is amazing it was such a beautiful day that we could see Kangaroo Island from afar. We were also able to get up close with grey kangaroos along the way.