Located adjacent to the beach, the campground offers 9 camp sites with great views of the offshore islands. 7 camp sites are suitable for tents only and 2 camp sites are for Caravan/Camper Trailer/Tent. 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 National Park is located on the south-western tip of the Yorke Peninsula, approximately 300km by road from Adelaide via Port Wakefield, Ardrossan, Minlaton and Warooka.
Please note: GPS Co-Ordinates are approximate and provided in most cases to get you to the National Park entrance. Once inside the park there should be signs to the actual camp grounds. Failing this please check with National Parks for further directions.
Camping fees from $15 per 2 adults
Bookings are required and available on line via the booking link.
Cash self-registration stations are no longer in use in this park.
There is a 5 day limit at this campground.
Your campsite is available to you from 12noon on the day of your arrival until 11am the day of departure.
Park entry fees are applicable to this park.
Pit toilets provided.
THINGS TO DO
Renowned for their cruisy atmosphere and laidback lifestyle, the beaches of Yorke Peninsula are great places to go swimming, surfing, fishing or to enjoy a family picnic.
Innes National Park has an excellent choice of walking trails. Varying from a 30 minute short stroll to a four hour hike, the trails provide some of the best coastal views in the state, including the Stenhouse Bay Lookout Walk and West Cape Headland Hike, which offers spectacular 360 degree views of the coastal landscape from a lookout.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited during Fire Ban periods.
Take rubbish home with you – if you carry it in, carry it out.
Campfires and generators are not permitted.
We are still in the process of obtaining more information about this site.
Data & Photos courtesy of: National Parks South Australia