The route from Cape Jervis to Victor Harbour is one of the most beautiful coastal walks
in SA. It traverses Deep Creek and Newland Head conservation parks as well as the magnificent Waitpinga Cliffs.
It takes you across the wild Tunkalilla and Waitpinga beaches and
a number of small isolated coves. Wildlife is regularly encountered, Kangaroos, birds and reptiles.
Eleven club members set off on a warm but fortunately windy Saturday morning and lunched at Blowhole Beach. We camped at Eagle Waterhole where a gentle rain fell through the evening. Over the next couple of days we were reminded why Deep Creek has its name: a number of steep ascents and descents to climb! The walk finished along the Waitpinga Cliffs with Rosetta Head in the distance.
This walk can be done by public transport from Adelaide to Cape Jervis and then Victor Harbour back to Adelaide.