Please note: temporarily closed as at May 2020 due to extensive flood damage. Please check with their official website for more detail.
Innamincka Regional Reserve is a park of contrasts. Covering more than 1.3 million hectares of land, ranging from the life-giving wetlands of the Cooper Creek system to the stark arid outback, the reserve also sustains a large commercial beef cattle enterprise, and oil and gas fields.
The heritage-listed Innamincka Regional Reserve park headquarters and interpretation centre gives an insight into the natural history of the area, Aboriginal people, European settlement and Australia's most famous explorers, Burke and Wills.
From the interpretation centre, visit the sites where Burke and Wills died, and the historic Dig Tree site (QLD) which once played a significant part in their ill-fated expedition.
Shaded by the gums, the waterholes provide a relaxing place for a spot of fishing or explore the creek further by canoe or boat.
Located 5 km south-west of Innamincka, this campground is where John King, the sole survivor of the Burke and Wills expedition was found alive in 1861. Access is via the Fifteen Mile Track. The campground has two camp sites. Come prepared to be self-sufficient as this campground has no facilities.
Access: high clearance 4WD only. Suitable for: tents and camper trailers. Facilities: nil. Campfires: allowed (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Unallocated camping - maximum 3 vehicles. Electricity: unpowered.
AddressFifteen Mile Track
Innamincka, South Australia, 5731
Coordinates & Contact Details-27.78052485, 140.6742101408 8675 9909https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/find-a-park/Browse_by_region/flinders-ranges-outback/innamincka-regional-reserve#see-and-do
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