Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park – a ranger’s perspective

Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park – a ranger’s perspective

If you’re plan­ning a trip to the Yorke Penin­su­la, don’t leave home with­out our ranger’s tips.

With warmer weath­er just around the cor­ner and long days at the beach with­in arm’s reach, why not start mak­ing plans for the sum­mer holidays?

South Australia’s nation­al parks con­tain some of the state’s best beach­es and Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park, often described as the jew­el in the crown of the Yorke Penin­su­la, is no exception.

Posi­tioned on the tip of the penin­su­la, the park is home to famous surf break and fish­ing spot Pon­dalowie Bay, as well as a num­ber of great beach­es where you can just lie back and relax, and soak in the sunshine.

There’s so much to see in Innes that you’ll want to stay overnight. If you’re more into glamp­ing than camp­ing, the park also boasts some great accom­mo­da­tion options to rest your head.

To get a taste of what Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park has to offer from the com­fort of your lounge room, check out the video below fea­tur­ing Ranger in Charge Mark Davi­son.

Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park video 

This con­tent was pro­duced in part­ner­ship with  Good Living