Innes National Park
Innes National Park is made up of 9,415 hectares of native coastal vegetation, right on the 'toe' of Yorke Peninsula. With rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, Innes National Park is a spectacular landscape, and one of the most popular attractions in the region.
Within the park, there is no limit to what you can experience.
These include bush walking, fishing, stunning white beaches, surfing, crystal clear waters, scuba diving, swimming and camping. If you want to stay a few nights inside the park but don't camp, you can also choose to stay in the historic mining town of Inneston.
There are several renovated miners cottages available to rent. View more information about Innes National Park.
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