Innamincka is a fascinating outback destination with a permanent population of about 12 residents!
Innamincka is a fascinating outback destination with a permanent population of about 12 residents. Nestled near the Cooper Creek, 1065 kilometres north-east of Adelaide, 459 kilometres from Lyndhurst up the Strzelecki Track and 400 kilometres south-east of Birdsville.
Cullyamurra Waterhole on the creek is always good for camping and fishing. Sturt discovered the waterhole in 1845 and it has never been dry since. It is eight kilometres long and up to 28 metres deep. At the eastern end you’ll find ancient Aboriginal rock carvings.
Innamincka took its name from the Aboriginal word Yidniminckanie. As a result of this, it is a fascinating area rich in natural, Indigenous, pastoral and explorer history.
Highlights in Innamincka include The Dig Tree, Innamincka Hotel, Innamincka Regional Reserve, Cooper Creek and Malkumba-Coongie Lakes National Park.
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Book now and SAVE $500pp on selected dates. Journey to the spectacular Channel Country and discover fascinating and remote Outback communities with legendary outback characters. Retrace the last days of Burke and Wills, visit the historic Dig Tree, toast the sunset overlooking the Simpson Desert and...