Innes National Park walks
There are several walks through Innes National Park that form part of Walk The Yorke (Marion Bay to Gleeson's Landing section).
You can discover the national park and it's amazing history on one of the many walks - from beach walks and trail hikes, to lookouts & historic ghost towns...
Stenhouse Bay Lookout Walk
Starting at the jetty car park, this 2 kilometre, 1 hour return loop leads you around the cliff tops through low closed coastal heath.
Thomson-Pfitzner Plaster Trail Hike
Start from Inneston or Stenhouse Bay, follow the Thomson-Pfitzner Plaster Trail Hike along the old wooden rail line. 16 interpretive signs take walkers back in time during a 3 hour return trip.
Cape Spencer Lighthouse Walk
Along this 15 minute return walk, observe fantastic views of Althorpe and Kangaroo islands from the lighthouse.
The Inneston Historic Walk is a well-marked, 1 hour return trail that meanders through the old gypsum mining area, with interpretive signs that tell the story of the early days.
West Cape Headland Hike
This easy, half-hour return, 1 kilometre loop trail takes you along the rugged cliff top of the West Cape headland, offering stunning views of Wedge and Althorpe islands and Pondalowie Bay.
Royston Head Walk
Enjoy spectacular views of the rugged peninsula and sparkling blue Southern Ocean, especially from the lookout. It takes around 2 hours return.
Browns Beach to Gym Beach
Along this 2 hour, 1 way trek, find unique flora and fauna, high sand dunes, a good range of birdlife and delicate wild orchids in spring.