Innes National Park
Spectacular coastal landscapes with rugged cliffs and sandy beaches provide the backdrop of Innes National Park. The park comprises 9,415 hectares of coastal vegetation, contributing to one of the few large areas of significant vegetation on the Yorke Peninsula.
Innes offers fantastic opportunities to enjoy camping, bushwalking, fishing and surfing. Discover the park's mining and maritime history by exploring the remnants of Inneston, once a booming gypsum-mining town, or go scuba diving among the shipwrecks that lay off the coast of the park. You can even stay overnight in one of the restored miners cottages in the historic Inneston village.
Take the virtual tour of Innes National Park, courtesy of Georama.
Access to the Southern Spencer Gulf Marine Park is also available from this park.
Innes National Park is located 300km west from Adelaide.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Fees apply for park entry and camping, and must be paid online prior to visiting the park. Cash payments are not available at this park.
Camping and accommodation
Whether you want to be surrounded by secluded wilderness with limited facilities or prefer all the creature comforts, Innes National Park offers a range of camping and accommodation to suit you.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited from 1 November 2014 to 30 April 2015.
Gas fires are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
Find out more information about fire restrictions.
Phone: (+61 8) 8841 3400 (Clare natural resources centre)
In case of an emergency, dial 000. Contact the Regional Duty Officer on 0417 883 678 for urgent issues only.
Before visiting this park, you may need to complete a trip intentions form (102kb pdf).
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
Beach goers should be mindful of the risks associated with undertaking activities in or near the water. Please take care when surfing or fishing as risks can include submerged objects, unstable cliffs, strong currents, slippery rocks and changing surf conditions.