Innaminka (Burke's Grave) Camp Area and monument


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Located 5 km south-west of Innamincka, this campground is where This campground, located 11 km north-east of Innamincka, is the final resting place of Robert O'Hara Burke, of the Burke and Wills expedition. Unpowered camping is available for up to eight vehicles and has toilet facilities. Access is via 4WD. Campsite suitable for: tents, camper trailers and caravans. Campsites need to be booked prior to arrival. Dogs are welcome in this park. Please ensure you: - Keep your dog under control and on a lead no more than two metres in length. - Stick to designated walking trails. - Bring disposable bags to clean up your dog's faeces (please be aware there are no bins in national parks).

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Lat: -27.722977 Lng: 140.778486

User Reviews


Salty 4

The sites are good and informative best to read the book on Burke and Will's to give you an informed perspective.... Cooper has plenty of water, campsite is basic but does have a loo.



We visited Burkes grave and later the dig tree and thought the information was good. I think it was typical of that time that there was great arrogance and dismissiveness of the aboriginal. It did sound from Wills accounts that Burke was like that. Anyway it was a well worth visit to a piece of history.


User 1380695

Great spot for an overnighter


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