Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park

Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park

Browns Beach Campground will be permanently closed from 1 July 2022, due to the movement of the adjacent dune. Details

Stenhouse Bay Campground is closed from 1 May 2022 until the end of July 2022 while work is underway to improve the campground and nearby day-visitor area. The Stenhouse Bay jetty and nearby walking trails will be intermittently inaccessible during this time and car parking may be limited. Details

Park fees:
Vehicle entry: $12.50 per vehicle
Accommodation from: $24.00 per night
Fees must be paid before entry to the park. Campsite fees are per night, subject to availability.
284.32km from Adelaide
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Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park is a favourite for camp­ing, fish­ing and surf­ing. Bush­walk­ing is a great way to dis­cov­er the park, with trails rang­ing from 30-minute strolls to four-hour treks. You’ll spot an abun­dance of birds and ani­mals while you catch some of the best coastal views in South Aus­tralia. All of the park is acces­si­ble by 2WD, so it’s per­fect for day vis­its and a par­adise for beach lovers.

There is some­thing for every­one at Innes. Vis­it one of the light­hous­es and the ship­wreck of the Ethel to learn about the tumul­tuous mar­itime his­to­ry of South Aus­tralia. Explore his­toric Inneston, an aban­doned town­ship sur­round­ed by bush­land. Take a stroll from your camp­site down to the beach for a spot of fish­ing, or base your­self in one of the restored her­itage cot­tages dot­ted through­out his­toric Inneston.

South­ern Spencer Gulf Marine Park bor­ders Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park.

In late 2020, we cel­e­brat­ed the 50th anniver­sary of the procla­ma­tion of Innes Nation­al Park and the start of a new chap­ter with the com­mence­ment of a co-man­age­ment agree­ment with the Narung­ga tra­di­tion­al own­ers. In recog­ni­tion of this mile­stone, the park was renamed to Dhil­ba Guu­ran­da-Innes Nation­al Park.

Nation­al Parks and Wildlife Ser­vice are cur­rent­ly work­ing on a num­ber of upgrades in the park, includ­ing the cre­ation of a new look­out, new pic­nic shel­ters and bar­be­ques, new toi­let blocks, extra car park­ing and upgrad­ed access roads.

For more details vis­it the project web­page.

Please note that camp­ing fees are chang­ing in this park from Fri­day 1 July 2022.

Park maps

Camp­ground maps

Maps on your mobile

If you have a smart­phone or tablet you can down­load the free Aven­za Map app and have inter­ac­tive nation­al park maps on hand when you need them.

The app uses your device’s built-in GPS to plot your real-time loca­tion with­in the park onto a map. The app can be used with­out a net­work con­nec­tion and with­out roam­ing charges. You can also mea­sure area and dis­tance, plot pho­tos and drop place­mark pins. 

How to get it work­ing on your device:

1. Down­load the Aven­za Maps app from the app store (iOS/Android) whilst you are still in range (its free!).
2. Open up the app and click the shop­ping cart icon.
3. Click Find’ and type the name of the nation­al park or reserve you are look­ing for.
4. Click on the map you are after and install it (all our maps are free).
5. You will now find a list of your installed maps on the home page of the Aven­za Maps app.
6. Use our maps through the Aven­za Mapa app while in the park and nev­er take a wrong turn again.

Google Street View

Want to explore a trail before you leave home or use Google Maps to nav­i­gate straight from your door to the trailhead?

We’ve worked with Google to film more than 600km of walk­ing trails, park roads, camp­grounds and water­ways in some of our most beau­ti­ful places. Click to see what the parks offer and the avail­able facil­i­ties before you go. This is an espe­cial­ly great tool if you have acces­si­bil­i­ty needs, are vis­it­ing with peo­ple of vary­ing ages or fit­ness lev­els or are push­ing a pram and want to view a trail before leav­ing home.

You can start explor­ing this park on Google Street View using the links below.