Yapari Ngawanthi / Cliffs ‘walk-in’ site

Accommodation Option on the Heysen Trail

The shelter
The shelter
The view
The view
The view from the shelter
The view from the shelter
The view toward the shelter
The view toward the shelter
The viewing platform
The viewing platform
Shelter (medium),
'Walk-in' site,
Water Tank
Water Tank Level

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Mapsheet 1A, Cape Jervis to Tunkalilla Beach
Southern Guidebook, chapter 1, map 3
Deep Creek National Park
Grid ref: 516 535
Longitude: 138.257613592
Latitude: -35.630357936
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All camping booking enquiries
Victor Harbor National Parks and Wildlife Service Office
Phone: (+61 8) 8552 0300
Email: DEW.FleurieuOnlineBookings@sa.gov.au
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;
waterless toilets;
rainwater tanks (non-potable).
The new Yapari Ngawanthi / Cliffs Campground was opened in April 2022.
The new Yapari Krikin Ngawanthi / Cliffs Campground was opened in April 2022.

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One thought on “Yapari Ngawanthi / Cliffs ‘walk-in’ site

  1. Stayed here 3 May 2022, at the new facilities. Plenty of shelter to get out of the wet and windy weather, two covered tables, a covered kitchen bench and cooking space, plus a USB charger. Water tanks are 5 x 5000 litres (approximately), and up to 75% full.

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