Attractions

Marion Bay is a unique and tranquil part of the lower Yorke Peninsula. It is the gateway to the stunning Innes National Park and is rich in historical significance.

Explore the many white, sandy beaches, unspoiled coastlines and spectacular views for which Yorke Peninsula is renowned. There are many beaches safe for swimming for all the family, as well as the rugged-faced secluded sandy coves.

Treat yourself to a thrilling fishing charter with one of the experienced, local fisherman.

Challange yourself on the great surfing waves around the coast or have a play in the soft shallow waters of the bays.

Go for a dive or snorkell and see the wonderous underwater sea life of the peninsula.

Seasonal whale watching is an exciting pastime as you spot the largest of mammals making their yearly journey through the Gulf waters.

The dolphins of the Yorke Peninsula are forever making their presence known around the coastline and love a frolic in the waves.

The historical sites of Innes National Park include the old Innes ‘township’, Stenhouse Bay Jetty and the Ethel’s wreck.

Visit the park headquarters for more information of;

  • Browns beach for Salmon fishing
  • Walking trails
  • Surfing beaches
  • Local fishing spots
  • Wildlife
  • History of the lime industry