Innamincka Regional Reserve offers its visitors a taste of two worlds and great Australian history; a lush watery paradise set against a backdrop of the stark arid outback where they can walk in the footsteps of Australia's most famous explorers, Burke and Wills. When visitors tire of walking, gum shaded creeks beckon, ideal for a leisurely canoe and boating exploration.
The famous Cooper Creek waterholes are a star attraction.
Innamincka Regional Reserve was the first reserve of its type in Australia to be used for multiple purposes, including energy production, pastoralism, conservation and recreational use. Careful and balanced management of the area is vital to protect its wildlife, archaeology and anthropology value while allowing the important cattle industry and the area's vital energy reserves to be managed responsibly.
To camp in the reserve you must have a current Desert Parks Pass or an Innamincka Regional Reserve camping permit.Visit Website
Car park, Coach Parking, Interpretive Centre, Picnic Area, Public Telephone, Public Toilet, Restaurant - Licensed, Shaded Area, Sheltered Area, Walking Tracks
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Camping, Canoeing, Kayaking, Self-Guided
Flora/Fauna, Historic/Heritage, Lakes/Rivers/Dams, Nature based, Outback, Wildlife