Marion Bay and its surroundings are a playground for various activities.
Whether it’s the solitude of a beach swim, the thrill of surfing, the joy of snorkeling, or the tranquillity of wildlife spotting, there’s something for everyone. The historical allure of Inneston, the enchanting lighthouses, offer unique sightseeing opportunities. Whales and dolphins often grace the coastline, adding to Marion Bays' natural charm.
- a coastal treasure
Willyama Beach, moments away from the Glamping Tent, is a marvel of nature.
Famous for the historical shipwreck of the S.S. Willyama, its remnants still visible, the beach invites explorers and history buffs alike. The rock pools, a natural wonder, are perfect for a refreshing dip. Its expansive shores are ideal for soulful beach walks, offering a serene backdrop for both sunrise and sunset.
-serenity by the sea
A short journey from the Glamping Tent and Tiny House, Penguin Point offers a calmer beach experience.
Suited for swimmers of all levels and paddleboard enthusiasts, it's a sanctuary for those seeking tranquility. The beach leads to Marion Bay’s jetty, where fishing for squid at night becomes a delightful adventure. The nearby general store and tavern add a quaint charm to the experience.
dhilba guuranda-innes national park
On the doorstep of Bayside Glamping, this National Park is a natural sanctuary.
It's a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offering pristine beaches, surfing spots, and abundant fishing opportunities. The park's diverse wildlife, including kangaroos and the rare Tammar Wallaby, makes for an unforgettable experience. With trails for all levels, the park is a hiker's dream, offering stunning views and a chance to connect with nature.
explore the park
Discover Your Private Beach Paradise:
Indulge in swimming or surfing at secluded beaches, renowned for their exceptional waves.
Adventure Awaits Underwater and On Land:
Whether it's fishing, squidding, scuba diving, snorkeling, or embarking on scenic walks and hikes (see Walk the Yorke for more), the natural beauty is endless.
Witness Wildlife Up Close:
Spot kangaroos, emus, the reintroduced Tammar Wallaby, and marine life like whales and dolphins along our stunning coastline.
Explore Natural and Historical Wonders:
From birdwatching to sightseeing lighthouses, shipwrecks, salt lakes, and islands. Don't miss visiting historic Inneston, an old mining town with a story to tell.
Find out more online, or chat to the friendly staff at the Visitor Centre, before you embark on your day's adventures.
Image Credit Tourism Australia
Photography by Take Us With You & Riley Williams