The updated Kurri Ngawanthi / Creek 'walk-in' site in April 2022.
Balquhidder tank and platform Oct 2019.
The stile shows some tent icon signs (GR 642 554)
View from site of shelter (GR 641 554)
Mapsheet 1B, Tunkalilla Beach to Victor Harbor
Southern Guidebook, chapter 1, map 4
Ballaparudda Creek Recreation Park
This camp-site is part of the Wild South Coast Way.
Fees apply and you must book in advance. Book before you go.
If you are leaving a vehicle in Deep Creek National Park overnight you must pay a vehicle day entry fee for each day you are in the park.
10 x timber or compacted earth tent pads;
shelter with seating, bench and sink with untreated rainwater;
rainwater tanks (non-potable).
The updated Kurri Ngawanthi / Creek 'walk-in' site was opened in April 2022.
Located in the newly proclaimed park, Ballaparudda Recreation Park, this is a significant upgrade to the former Balquhidder camp site which did not previously attract a camping fee.
The basic hike-in site installed by Friends of Heysen volunteers is having a major upgrade with construction underway from May to July 2021.
The Heysen Trail route is not affected.
The good news is that this will deliver upgraded hiker camping facilities as part of the new Wild South Coast Way on the Heysen Trail
This project reflects SA Government investment delivered through collaboration between National Parks, Friends of the Heysen Trail, Yankalilla & Victor Harbor Councils.
View full featured Interative Map of the Heysen Trail - showing additional information layers such as Re-routes, Guidebook map outlines, photos and Fire Ban Districts.