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South Australia Yorke Peninsula - Innes National Park

Innes National Park comprises 9,141 ha of natural coastal mallee, representing one of only a few pockets of significant vegetation on the Yorke Peninsula. Being rich agricultural country, most of Yorke Peninsula has been cleared for farming making Innes an important and valuable national park for biodiversity.

The park is blessed with warm to hot summers (av. 28 degrees C) while autumn is mild to warm (av. 22 degrees C). The forces of wind and wave action over thousands of years, have sculptured rocky headlands, wavecut platforms and sandy beaches. Further inland, a chain of salt lakes occurs amongst the mallee woodlands

Location

Innes National Park is located on the south-west tip of Yorke Peninsula. The park is 300 km from Adelaide via Main North Road through to Port Wakefield and the towns of Ardrossan, Minlaton and Warooka.

Further Information

https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/Home

Phone: (08) 8204 1910

Visit: Ground Floor, 81-95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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