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Regional SA South Australia

Camping Without Power or Running Water: A First-Timer’s Experience at Innes National Park

Camping can mean a lot of things – caravans, powered campground sites, bush camping, backpacking, even glamping – but they all offer a casual simplicity that is different from our day-to-day lives.  Camping is a big calming breath that slows your pace and helps you focus, before diving back into hectic work schedules, city commutes, […]

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Regional SA South Australia

Kangaroos up Close at Innes National Park

We had hoped to see plenty of wildlife while camping at Innes National Park during, but we never expected the wildlife to steal from us.  Home to more than 100 types of birds and 10 mammals, Innes (recently renamed Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park) is a sanctuary for native wildlife on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.  It is bordered by the Southern Spencer Gulf Marine Park which is rich with marine life, some of which […]

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Regional SA South Australia

6 Reasons to Visit Innes National Park

At the southern tip of Yorke Peninsula lies a 94-square-kilometre refuge for native vegetation, wildlife, and humans.  Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park is a favourite place for South Australians to camp, fish and surf, and with some of the best scenery in the state it should be on everyone’s bucket list.    Known to most South […]

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Active SA South Australia

Hike at Morialta Conservation Park

I’m only really just starting to realise how many places there are in and around Adelaide to go for a nice walk or a hike.  The beach and esplanade are always popular, and the Waterfall Gully hike to Mt Lofty is a well-known and popular hike.  However, the hills that surround Adelaide are full of […]