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Innes National Park Camp Sites
On the southern tip of the Yorke Peninsula, Innes National Park encompasses spectacular coastal landscapes, a diversity of wildlife habitats and a wide range of recreational opportunities
Experience a range of camping opportunities in one of the many campgrounds within the park. Camping is only permitted in designated campgrounds and is on a first in basis. Bookings are not taken for any campground except for Casuarina Campground.
Schools and other groups planning to camp in the park must notify park staff and complete a Trip Intention form. There are limits on group size and site availability.
Rainwater tanks are located at several campgrounds, however quality and quantity of the water cannot be guaranteed, so please bring your own.
Generator use is permitted in the Stenhouse Bay campground only. Generators must be used in a clear area and be turned off by 10 pm. They must not be used on Total Fire Ban days.
Campers are reminded that fire restrictions apply usually from 1 November to 31 April. During these times, solid fuel fires are prohibited, although gas fires may be used in designated camp sites. You are encouraged to use the fixed barbecue facilities at Stenhouse Bay or Pondalowie Campground. Campfires are prohibited all year round at Pondalowie Campground.
The collection of firewood, either dead or alive, is prohibited in the park, and penalties apply for non-compliance. Out of the fire restriction season you may bring your own wood or gas appliances or, alternatively, purchase firewood from the Innes trading Post.
Department for Environment and Heritage
SA Dept of Environment