Get Ready To Leave Yourself Free In The Landscapes Of Southern Ocean

When was the last time you recall going out freely somewhere to the place where you can enjoy your life to the fullest? Most of you will try but you won’t be able to recall. It’s because you are so busy dealing with your chaotic life schedule that you hardly have any time for yourself. Many of you are seen even working on weekends. You should now think of taking a little break from your messy life and invest in re-energizing your body and mind. Now you are wondering what extraordinary thing you should do to achieve the same. There’s nothing challenging that you have to do. You simply have to invest 4 days and 3 nights to Guided Walk In Australia. Oh what the hell is this now, must be your reaction. Southern Ocean Walk Australia is the most promising destination that you can think of visiting. The place is 90 minutes away from Adelaide and specifically, away from the noise of the city. The coastal views, native bushlands, undisturbed waterfalls, wildlife are the views you can have there. Frankly speaking, the life-changing experience that you will not be able to skip. (Landscapes Of Southern Ocean)

The journey from Cape Jervis

Your journey will start from the Cape Jervis, the 1200km trail, longest of all needing approximately five and a half hours to go through. But you don’t think that your energy would be wasted while walking and you will feel more tiring. It will not. Your path would be accompanied by coastal views. 

The winter streams run all along your path beside the trail to give you company. After reaching the elevated vantage point you will be able to get the breathtaking view of Backstairs Passage. Moving further, you will find yourself standing on the verge of entering a place where the uneven landscapes are getting converted to the dense bushy forests. Don’t freak out, these forests are known by the name of Deep Creek Conservative Forest. 

About the Deep Creek Conservative Forest 


The Deep Creek welcomes you with its dense forests. The forest is known for its wildlife and natural resources and more interestingly, because of its secluded waterfalls. After taking rest for few hours from Heysen Trail, the kick-start your day by first visiting these waterfalls. Your perfect route can be either Tapanappa Lookout or Trig Campground. The best time for visiting this place is late autumn or early winter when you can witness a number of coral fungi including coral fungi, dye balls, and little breeders. You can even visit the Blowhole Beach via Blowhole Beach hike to uncover the natural treasures that the coastline has to offer you like cup sponges, cuttlefish, and different types of seaweeds. Spending your day capturing the view of the waterfalls, witnessing sunset would also be great. (Landscapes Of Southern Ocean)

You can view over the Kangaroo Island from the Cobbler Hill Picnic Area to have a look at the wildlife that become active at dusk like ring-tailed possums, bats, and western grey kangaroos. With passing time when the environment gets darker, return back to your campgrounds, sit near your spot and watch the bats becoming active in the dark sky. In addition to them, you can also get a glimpse of yellow-footed antechinus or Southern Brown Bandicoot.

 Landscapes Of Southern Ocean

If you are an adventure lover then you can have a walk on 11km trail in Deep Creek Circuit Hike offering amazing views of the park and encounters with wildlife like echidnas and bluetongue lizards and with such beautiful views, you will be able to energetically end your trip. 

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