You will find Innamincka Station on the banks of the iconic Cooper Creek in South Australia’s northeast, also known as the heart of Burke & Wills country. The name Innamincka is derived from two Aboriginal words meaning your shelter and your home.
The property surrounds the Coongie Lakes National Park, giving it a focus on conservation.
Innamincka is highly regarded for its excellent floodplains and good water supply, making it one of Kidman’s prime channel country properties. The property occupies an area of over 13,550km2, making it South Australia’s second largest station. Up to 13,000 Santa Gertrudis and Brahman cross cattle roam the vast landscape of the property.
The team at Innamincka are active, enthusiastic and passionate people who love their work and the animals they care for. Thanks to its location, Innamincka also offers a wonderful lifestyle of swimming, fishing, canoeing and attending weekend events throughout the channels.