Cobbler Hill-Marrano Creek Circuit, Deep Creek Conservation Park

Cobbler Hill Marrano Creek Circuit, Deep Creek Conservation Park, Bushwalking

The Cobbler Hill  Marrano Creek circuit is situated in Deep Creek Conservation Park, South Australia.

The walk starts at Cobbler Hill Campground. Follow the Heysen Trail from the back of the campground, which winds its way to Marrano Creek. This section of the track awards you with great views of Backstairs Passage and Kangaroo Island.

Cobbler Hill- Marrano Creek Circuit
View towards Kangaroo Island

After crossing the Marrano Creek, the trail goes west towards Blowhole Beach. From Blowhole Beach return following the Blowhole Beach road.

 The highlights of the circuit are the stunning coastal views, the coastal heath, yaccas and the grey kangaroos spotted along the hiking trail or sometimes posing against the blue ocean.

Cobbler Hill- Marrano Creek Circuit
Western Grey Kangaroo spotted on the walk

The distance of the Cobbler Hill – Marrano Creek circuit is 6.23 km and it takes 2.30- 3 hours. It has some steep sections and the total ascent is 257.26 m.

The track difficulty is moderate to hard. Entering the Deep Creek Conservation Park , there is a park fee for each car. You need to purchase the pass online from South Australia National Parks.

To arrive to Cobbler Hill Campground turn left at Delamere and follow Tent Rock Road and the signs for Blowhole Beach.

Other popular walking trail in Deep Creek Conservation Park are:

2. Newland Head Coastal Walk at

3. Aaron Creek hike at

You can download Deep Creek Conservation Park Map from: