Innes National Park
Make your way to the foot of South Australia
Stock your esky and grab your favourite outdoor gear ready to experience the sun, sand and surf of southern Yorke Peninsula's most famous attraction; Innes National Park. You'll need a full weekend to really take it all in!
Rugged coastlines, long white beaches, surf pounding in from every direction and more than 9,000 hectares of coastal vegetation is home to a huge diversity of wildlife... what more can you ask for?
Pack the car and get going
Innes National Park is 300 kilometres from Adelaide, with dozens of small country seaside towns to explore, dotted along the way. Once you arrive, send the surfers to beaches like Chinamans, West Cape and Pondolowie Bay; the bushwalkers to Stenhouse Bay Lookout Walk or West Cape Headland Hike for spectacular views; or head off fishing to any of the plentiful beaches surrounding the park.
Base yourself in one of Innes National Park's seven campgrounds or hire one of five heritage listed lodges.
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