Date posted: 31 August 2017
Come and celebrate Innes National Park this December, by joining a ranger-guided walk. Hear the good-news story of the re-introduced Tammar Wallaby as well as the interesting history of the Old Inneston Township.
Visit the Innes National Park Visitor Information Centre for more information between 10.00 am – 3:00 pm 7 days a week.
Park of the Month is an initiative between Nature Play SA and the Department for Environment, Water and Natural Resources.
Date: Thursday, 28 December and Saturday, 30 December
Departure point: Inneston Township carpark
Come and learn the fascinating story of the Tammar Wallaby. Once extinct in the wild on mainland Australia, you will learn how a population was discovered on an island in another country, and how they were bred then successfully re-introduced back into the wild at Innes National Park. You will walk with the Rangers through the old Inneston township and see the wallabies as they come out to graze after the sun goes down.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Enclosed footwear must be worn.
- Bring a torch to assist with negotiating paths and tracks.
Booking: Registration by calling the Innes National Park Visitor Centre on 8854 3200 between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm any day.