Address: Marion Bay Rd, Inneston SA 5577
Phone: (08) 8854 3200
Innes National Park is located on the southwest tip of Yorke Peninsula approximately 300 km from Adelaide via Port Wakefield, Minlaton and Warooka. No matter what time of year you visit Innes National Park, there is always something that will surprise and delight. Innes National Park encompasses spectacular coastal landscapes, a diversity of wildlife habitats and a wide range of recreational opportunities. Hear the waves crash on the beaches, the wind whispering through the sheoaks, view the rugged coastlines sculpted by the Southern Ocean and wander through remnants of South Australia’s mining and maritime history. Innes National Park comprises of 9,232 ha of natural coastal vegetation with a range of habitat types including coastal heathlands, mallee woodlands, open grasslands, samphire flats, sheoak woodlands, salt lakes, beaches and rocky cliff lines. Being rich agricultural country, most of Yorke Peninsula has been cleared for farming, making Innes an important and valuable national park for conserving biodiversity.