Carappee Hill Conservation Park Hiking Trail

Free
Darke Peak, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, 5642
8628 2004
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www.cleve.sa.gov.au/tourism

Overview

Carappee Hill means 'place of water' and became a conservation park in 1973, covering 850 hectares. Carappee Hill Hiking Trail can be found on Carappee Hill Road, just out of Darke Peak, SA.

It is a 2 hour approximate return hike to the top and is the highest point on the Eyre Peninsula at 489m above sea level.

Be sure to sign the visitors book when you reach the top and stop to take in the views of farm land, sea and skies stretching over the entire district of Cleve, Arno Bay and Darke Peak.

Features

Price

Free

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