The Fleurieu allows you to go camping less than two hours from the City of Adelaide. The perfect region to hike taking in the spectacular coastal views.

The Fleurieu Peninsula has a plentitude of natural beauty. Embraced by the coast, lakes & waterways and stunning interior ranges, the landscape and seascapes are what makes this area a natural wonderland.

Deep Creek Conservation Park Campgrounds is a favourite with bushwalkers and nature lovers. The valleys of dense bushland and rugged coastline offer an extensive network of walking trails and some of the best coastal views in the country.

Deep Creek is the only national park within 100 kilometres of Adelaide that offers bush camping – and with accomodation and 2WD accessible campgrounds, it’s ideal for a family adventure. 

Perhaps give Pink Gum campground at Onkaparinga River National Park a try. Situated close to bushwalking and cycling trails, rock climbing spots and a kayak launch, there's endless activities to enjoy. All just 40 minutes drive from the city.

Waitpinga campground is just a short walk from the beach, where the rolling waves provide ideal conditions for surfing or a spot of fishing. Sheltered from the winds, you can camp among the mallee or open areas protected by shrubs in one of the 15 unpowered sites. 

Pay for entry and book camping and accommodation at National Parks SA before entering the park. Agents in towns surrounding the park also sell entry and camping permits.

National Parks SA - Fleurieu Peninsula

Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park
Bullock Hill Conservation Park
Cox Scrub Conservation Park
Deep Creek Conservation Park
Encounter Marine Park
Granite Island Recreation Park
Kyeema Conservation Park
Newland Head Conservation Park
Moana Sands Conservation Park
Mount Billy Conservation Park
Mount Magnificent Conservation Park
Onkaparinga River National Park
Onkaparinga River Recreation Park
Scott Creek Conservation Park
Spring Mount Conservation Park
Stipiturus Conservation Park
Talisker Conservation Park
Yulte Conservation Park