Kurri Ngawanthi (Creek Campground)
Wild South Coast Way on the Heysen Trail
Pronounced Koor-ee Ngah-wun-thee and located on the Wild South Coast Way on the Heysen Trail in Ballaparudda Creek Recreation Park, this is a hiker-only campground. This location is the site of the former Balquhidder Campsite. Set in between rolling hills and next to Ballaparudda Creek, the campground is a great place to unwind, relax and enjoy the scenery. You’re likely to hear a symphony of frogs when the creek is flowing, as the healthy environment here supports several species. Facilities include a camp shelter with tables, bench and basin and nearby toilet. Campfires prohibited at all times. Camping capacity is maximum 20 guests with 10 allocated campsites (maximum 2 people per site). Campsites are either platform or compacted earth. Unpowered. This is a hiker-only campsite with no vehicle parking or vehicle access.
<p> If you are leaving a vehicle in Deep Creek National Park overnight, you must pay a one-off vehicle day entry fee for camping in the park. Vehicles may only be parked at day visitor areas.