Yorketown to Innes National Park
Journey through golden fields and discover the coastal delights of Southern Yorke Peninsula before arriving at Innes National Park, proclaimed in 1970 and dedicated to the protection of the rare western whipbird and tammar wallaby, the park offers sublime coastal experiences.
Stock up on supplies at Yorketown and Warooka before exploring the coast from Corny Point to Marion Bay. Discover a magnificent coastline famous for its surfing and beach fishing. Surfers love the beaches along the foot of Yorke Peninsula, with a variety of breaks and swells to suit all levels of experience.
Next head to the stunning Innes National Park. You can stay within the park, at campgrounds or the historic Inneston accommodation or base yourself in Marion Bay or the surrounding area.
For an amazing insight of the area, head out with Aboriginal Cultural Tours and learn about their rich cultural heritage, dreaming stories and traditions.
Lookouts and trails throughout Innes provide fantastic photo opportunities and views of nearby islands, and across to Kangaroo Island.
See kangaroos, emus and wallabies roaming through the scrubland and during the spring months, see the bursts of colour as the area comes alive with colourful wildflowers.