Holiday at Innes this Easter …it’s not too late!

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It’s not too late to make the stunning Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Parkyour destination this Easter holidays.

It’s the perfect place to kick back and relax or keep the kids busy fishing, surfing, watching wildlife, or exploring the many walking trails and beaches.

Jasmine Swales, Northern and Yorke Tourism and Partnerships Range said,'' Many people enjoy an annual Easter pilgrimage to Innes Nation Park and its not too late to book accommodation, with a range of options to suit every traveller.

“South Australians are fortunate to have two long weekends this April and the Park is looking incredibly lush and green from summer rain, so it’s the perfect time to think about taking a short refreshing break and connecting with the natural environment.

“Inneston heritage village, in Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park, is a fantastic place to connect with nature.

“It provides habitat to kangaroos, emus, malleefowl and the reintroduced tammar wallaby, so you can literally wake up to wildlife grazing at your front door,” Ms Swales said.

Inneston accommodation options are available to suit couples, families or large groups with the lodges sleeping between two and ten people.

It boasts seven fully renovated and smartly furnished heritage stone houses nestled amongst coastal mallee, each with its own unique character and charm.

Two of the larger houses, Managers and Engineers, command spectacular views over the gorgeous turquoise-blue Inneston Lake as well as sneaking views across the coastal mallee to the Althorpe Islands group in Investigator Straight.

“If it's been a while since your last visit or you have never been to Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park, it’s certainly worth the trip to this iconic location. “ Ms Swales said.

For further information on Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park, or to book accommodation, contact the friendly team at the Innes Visitor Centre on 8854 3200 or

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