Innamincka Regional Reserve
Innamincka Regional Reserve is a park of contrasts. Covering more than 1.3 million hectares of land, ranging from the life-giving wetlands of the Cooper Creek system to the stark arid outback, the reserve also sustains a large commercial beef cattle enterprise, and oil and gas fields.
The heritage-listed Innamincka Regional Reserve park headquarters and interpretation centre gives an insight into the natural history of the area, European settlement, Aboriginal people and Australia's most famous explorers, Burke and Wills.
From the interpretation centre, visit the sites where Burke and Wills died, and the historic Dig Tree site (QLD) which once played a significant part in their ill-fated expedition.
Shaded by the gums, the waterholes provide a relaxing place for a spot of fishing or explore the creek further by canoe or boat.
Innamincka is 1046km from Adelaide. Access is via the Strzelecki Track via Leigh Creek.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited from 6 November 2013 to 31 March 2014.
Gas fires are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
Desert Parks toll-free hotline 1800 816 078
Innamincka Regional Reserve flora - alphabetical (195kb pdf)
Innamincka Regional Reserve flora - family (104kb pdf)
Please refer to the latest Desert Parks Bulletin (181kb pdf) for current access and road condition information.
For an extended stay within the park, a Desert Parks Pass is available.
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
Innamincka Regional Reserve and Coongie Lakes National Park brochure (1.02mb pdf)
Wildlife of the Desert Parks (419kb pdf)
Desert Parks of South Australia (3.46mb pdf)
Parks Guide - Flinders Ranges and Outback (1.26mb pdf)
Remote Area Travel Information brochure (2.12mb pdf)