Innes National Park, on the southern tip of Yorke Peninsula, boasts spectacular coastal landscapes, a diversity of wildlife habitats and a wide range of recreational opportunities. Hear waves crash on the beaches and wind whispering through the sheoaks. View rugged coastlines sculpted by the Southern Ocean and wander through remnants of South Australia's mining and maritime history.
With a diversity of habitats, as well as heritage and coastal scenery, Innes provides a wide variety of recreation opportunities including bushwalking, bird watching, photography, camping, discovering the Aboriginal and European history, fishing and surfing.
Entry and camping fees apply in this park and the way that you can pay has changed. Please pay for park entry and book your camp site or accommodation online before you go.
Cash self-registration stations are no longer in use in this park. Other payment options are available on the website.Visit Website
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, Access Without Assistance for the Disabled, BBQ Facilities, Cafe, Car park, Coach Parking, Kiosk, Parking for the Disabled, Pets not allowed, Picnic Area, Public Telephone, Public Toilet, Restaurant - Licensed, Shaded Area, Sheltered Area, Toilet facilities for the Disabled, Viewing Platform, Walking Tracks
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Camping, Canoeing, Fishing - Beach, Scuba-Diving, Seakayaking, Self-Guided, Snorkelling, Surfing, Swimming, Wind Surfing
Beach, Cultural, Flora/Fauna, Historic/Heritage, Marine, Nature based, Wildlife