National Parks


SA Yorke Peninsula National Parks

Innes National Park

9100 hectares
Telephone (08) 8854 4040

Innes is well known to surfers, anglers and people who appreciate seclusion, wilderness and spectacular scenery.

Covering the entire toe of the peninsula's boot, Innes literally has something for anyone who likes the great outdoors - fishing, surfing, coastal scenery, wildlife, diving or just plain camping.

The park's main camping ground is at Pondalowie Bay, where there are good facilities; other spots are available. Inneston is not a ghost town, but interpretive signs relate the history of the ruins.

The topography at Innes ranges from sand dunes and weathered cliffs on the coast to salt lake flats and low scrub inland. Kangaroos and emus are a common sight during the summer, ranger staff entertain youngsters with guided activities covering the park environment.

Innes National Park Information Office at Stenhouse Bay is open daily for advice and information

Further Information


Phone: (08) 8204 1910

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

Park passes