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Escape to a remote coastal wilderness on the tip of the Yorke Peninsula and soak in the sun without another soul in sight. It’s easy to find your very own slice of eutopia in Innes National Park; chances are you’ll have the beach all to yourself as you throw down your towel on snow-white sand and dive into turquoise waters. Set up camp for the weekend and while away the days swimming, fishing, surfing, boating and bushwalking through this remote slice of Australiana where pristine beaches meet bushland teeming with wildlife. With a bunch of great camping spots scattered throughout the park and some of the clearest night skies in the state, it’s the perfect spot to get back in touch with nature and curl up under a blanket of stars. The Yorke Peninsula is brimming with beautiful beaches and this neck of the woods packs more than its fair share. Be sure to check out Dolphin Beach, Shell Beach and Pondalowie Bay. Cape Spencer Lighthouse, the historic township of Inneston, Inneston Lake and the Ethel shipwreck are also well-worth a look.