Inneston, South Australia

Inneston is a locality in the Australian state of South Australia located on the south-western end of Yorke Peninsula about 155 kilometres west of the state capital of Adelaide. Historically, it is notable as a site for the mining of gypsum and since 1970, the majority of the land within the current extent of the locality is within the protected area called the Innes National Park.


Inneston is a locality in the Australian state of South Australia located on the south-western end of Yorke Peninsula about 155 kilometres west of the state capital of Adelaide. Historically, it is notable as a site for the mining of gypsum and since 1970, the majority of the land within the current extent of the locality is within the protected area called the Innes National Park.
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