Carappee Hill Conservation Reserve


4.5 from 2 users


Carapee Hill Rd, 8 Km From Darke Peak, South Australia


Carappee Hill Conservation Park features the Carappee Hill trail where you will climb the highest point on the Eyre Peninsula. Sitting at 489 metres above sea level, it has the most extensive and highest exposed granite rock on the Eyre Peninsula. Climb to the top, sign the visitors book and take in the scenes of farm land, seas and skies. Stay the night in the free campground at the base of the hill and enjoy switching off in the middle of nature.

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Lat: -33.412481 Lng: 136.273259

User Reviews



Roads are in terrible condition, would not recommend coming in. Roads to sites are washed away. Don't tow anything in here. Access to camp next door is blocked off due to creek flooding



Road in very bad condition due to washaways, 4wd only and then a bit of a challenge. Side track to camp area impassable. Spent 2 lovely quiet days camped. Lots of wombat holes but no beasts. Limited bird life. Did not attempt the hill. A bit too adventurous for us. Correction. 1 fox and 1 eagle



Road has been very badly damaged by rain. I would not advise towing anything. Road to the cabins completely cut away by creek.


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