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This seascape of Innes National Park was inspired by the beauty and majesty of it’s massive cliffs.

Located on the south-western tip of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, Innes National Park is famous for its spectacular coastal landscapes, rugged cliffs, offshore islands and sandy beaches.

There are shipwrecks, a functioning lighthouse, heritage buildings, ruins to discover, and plenty of wildlife. It’s a favourite place for camping, fishing and surfing
Traditional owners the Nharangga people have lived on Yorke Peninsula for many thousands of years and they know the land intimately – its physical features, animal and plant life and water resources.

The Nharangga nation was made up of four clans: the Kurnara in the north of the peninsula; Windera in the east; Wari in the west; and Dilpa in the south. Today, the Nharangga people continue to maintain strong cultural links to the region.

INNES NATIONAL PARK, YORKE PENINSULA

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This seascape of Innes National Park was inspired by the beauty and majesty of it’s massive cliffs.

Located on the south-western tip of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, Innes National Park is famous for its spectacular coastal landscapes, rugged cliffs, offshore islands and sandy beaches.

There are shipwrecks, a functioning lighthouse, heritage buildings, ruins to discover, and plenty of wildlife. It’s a favourite place for camping, fishing and surfing
Traditional owners the Nharangga people have lived on Yorke Peninsula for many thousands of years and they know the land intimately – its physical features, animal and plant life and water resources.

The Nharangga nation was made up of four clans: the Kurnara in the north of the peninsula; Windera in the east; Wari in the west; and Dilpa in the south. Today, the Nharangga people continue to maintain strong cultural links to the region.