Innes National Park, South Australia

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Innes National Park is a protected area in the Australian state of South Australia located on the southwest tip of Yorke Peninsula about west of the state capital of Adelaide. Known as Innes by many, the national park is a popular destination for camping, bushwalking, fishing, surfing and scuba diving.
LocationInnes National Park is located on the southern western extremity of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia about 300km by road from the Adelaide city centre. It is located within the locality officially known as Inneston.
ExtentThe national park occupies most of the land on the south-western tip of Yorke Peninsula south west of a line running from Willyama Bay on the south coast of the peninsula near Marion Bay to Gym Beach on the west coast of the peninsula and the following four islands immediately adjoining the coastline (from east to west): Chinamans Hat Island, Middle Island and South Island west of Pondalowie Bay, and Royston Island immediately west of Royston Head.
Within the above area, land excluded from the national park includes the following saline lakes which were associated with gypsum mining at the time of proclamation of the national park - Marion Lake, Snow Lake and Spider Lake.
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  • We spent the day doing some of the short walks within the Innes National Park. Upon arrival call into the visitor centre- nice toilets and WiFi to book and pay for your day pass to access the park...  more »
  • My wife and I and a friend arrived here on 8 July 2020 and stayed two nights at the Manager's Lodge in Inneston, the old gypsum mining town inside the Park now managed by the Park Service. Booked...  more »
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  • Great little park, didn't allow enough time to enjoy it. But worth the drive down, just wish it was warmer on the day to jump into the water. Don't forget the insect repellent!
  • Some of the lose beautiful coastline in Australia. Pristine waters, rock pools, cliffs and golden sands. Often you have the beaches to yourself. What's not to love.

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