Innes National Park Warnings and Dangers

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    by balhannah Written Nov 18, 2012

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    Not all of this is a warning tip.
    National Parks are great to camp in, we do it often and thoroughly enjoy ourselves.
    As with most, you purchase entry and camping permits from a self-registration station when you first enter the park. These are located adjacent to the Innes National Park Visitor Centre and Gym Beach Campground.
    At this park, the difficulty is putting the pegs into the ground [should I say limstone rock] Take something strong with you to hammer these into the ground. Another problem is the wind, coming straight from the southern ocean. It can be very windy and cold, so choose a sheltered spot if you can.

    Fires do happen, so be prepared, the park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
    All wood fires or solid fuel fires are prohibited during the Fire Danger Season from 1 November to 30 April. Fires are permitted outside these dates in designated fireplaces only. Gas fires are permitted other than on days of Total Fire Ban.

    In case of an emergency, dial 000.
    Contact the Regional Duty Officer on 0417 883 678 for urgent issues only

    Campgrounds are located at....
    Pondalowie Bay
    Browns Beach
    Cable Bay
    Gym Beach
    Shell Beach
    Stenhouse Bay
    In 2012, the fee was $16 per car for a days camping, whether there is one person or six in the car.

    Innes National Park is located 300km west from Adelaide.

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    by balhannah Written Oct 2, 2012

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    AN Aquatic reserve is made to protect fish in the area. At Troubridge Hill, there is a reef where coral fish live and breed, and lots of other marine life, like sea sponges, etc. live. It provides a sanctuary for Fish, including Blue Throated Wrasse, Leatherjackets, Sweep, Magpie Perch and many other types.

    All you can do is fish by line, go boating, swimming or diving

    The shipwreck, SS Clan lies offshore and you can go diving at the wreck.
    The Dive is classified as ok for novices.

    The description of the dive area is........
    "Reef system is subject to swells because its location in proximity to Edithburgh. This in turn affects the visibility, it could be outstanding or non existent. Lots of bommies, pinnacles, chasms. If you head around the corner from the lighthouse there's a great drift dive along with the wreck of the Clan Ranald. "

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    • Fishing
    • Sailing and Boating

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