In South Australia’s north eastern corner, there is an area where adventurers, explorers, travellers, and bush camping enthusiasts can discover the real beauty of Australia’s Outback.
At the gateway to the vast Innamincka Regional Reserve, and on the edge of the Cooper Creek, sits the tiny outback town of Innamincka near the South Australian and Queensland border.
Marrying the best of a traditional outback pub with all the conveniences of a modern city hotel, the Innamincka Hotel provides outback travellers with contemporary dining, superb friendly service, comfortable accommodation.
Whether you’re ‘camping on the Cooper,’ or just passing through, the Innamincka Hotel is a surprising oasis where visitors and locals alike come together to eat, drink, tell a few yarns and make new friends.
Nichelle and Jeff were fantastic hosts, couldn't do enough for us. The accommodation was clean and comfortable, certainly up to the standards you would expect in any regional town or city. The Hotel is full of character and the food great.