Come and celebrate Innes National Park this January 2020 with a drawing workshop, night walk and beach ramble. Innes National Park is located on the Yorke Peninsula about four hours' drive from Adelaide. Its abundant wildlife and spectacular views make the park a popular destination for many, especially during the school holidays.
On January the 4th, there will be an endangered species drawing workshop with author and illustrator Paul Rutter at 11am at the Stenhouse Bay Hall. You will have the opportunity to learn to draw the endangered species that will be reintroduced to the region.
Then, on January the 6th, there will be a guided night walk in search for tammar wallabies. You are welcome to join the rangers at 8.45pm at the entrance of the Inneston Heritage Village to learn more about their story.
And finally, on January the 11th, there will be a guided reef and beach ramble at 9am. You will get to explore the intertidal reef zone at low tide and learn about their importance. This is then followed by a ramble at Pondalowie Bay.
All events are free, but registrations are essential and can be made via their website.