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Seven fully restored heritage lodges are available for short-term holiday accommodation at Inneston Historic Township, Innes National Park. Nestled amongst the mallee and ruins of the historic township etsablished in 1913, visitors can immerse themselves in the natural environment, and take a step back in time to learn about the gypsum mining history of the area if they are interested.The Managers and Engineers Lodges sleep up to 10 people in large houses furnished in a heritage style, and command stunning views of the township and the Inneston Lake. Whilst the Post Office and Mallee Lodges sleep 2-4 people respectively, have been restored more recently and feature modern furnishings adding a little extra comfort in nature.
A wonderful drive through the Innes National Park. Saw some beautiful nature like Dad Emu and his four babies, several snakes a couple of huge Kangaroos. We stopped at several breath taking views of all the cliffs and the light house. Some of the beaches...More
We had a delightful three nights (Fri/Sat/Sun) whilst staying in Mallee Lodge. The accommodation was spotlessly clean on our arrival and we could not have wished for a better presentation. There was wild life with wallabies, kangaroos, emus and skinks to entertain us, and even...More
While we did not stay there the walk around the historic town of Inneston was a walk back in time. The stories that must have been told there you could almost imagine.
The only thing I would suggest (constructive) was the lack of a toilet...More
Our first holiday for 2017 was one to remember. Innes National Park is truly memorable, full of natural beauty, turquoise waters, beautiful beaches and so many picture perfect photo opportunities.
We stayed in the Gatehouse at Inneston, which was basic but very clean and quaint,...More
We recently decided to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary by staying 2 nights in the Old Post Office at Inneston in the Innes National Park. We had visited the park some 8 years earlier with kids and camped then, so knew the beauty of the...More