Innes National Park Heritage Accommodation

The former mining township of Inneston is in the heart of spectacular Innes National Park – home to the peninsula’s best beaches and most dramatic scenery. Five cottages in the now-abandoned township have been restored to offer self-contained visitor accommodation with genuine heritage character. The larger of the houses can sleep up to ten guests, while there are smaller, cosier lodges for couples. With solar lighting and gas appliances, these are well-equipped, comfortable bases for exploring the beaches and natural habitats nearby.

Contact information

Inneston, Innes National Park; (08) 8854 3200

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