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Innes Park is a town in the Bundaberg region of Queensland, Australia. The town is located in the Bundaberg local government area, 360 kilometres (224 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. At the 2006 census, Innes Park had a population of 1,659.
Facilities at Innes Park include the Innes Park Country Club, a creekside park and a general store. Barolin Rocks is a popular fishing and scuba diving site. The Coral Cove resort and residential development is immediately south of the town.
Innes Park residential area is located on a low rocky section of the coast with two small beaches either side. The northern beach is 400 metres long and has a high tide sand beach fronted by a mixture of sand and boulders at low tide. There is good road access at the southern end, with a small foredune behind the beach and a now stable sand blow at the northern end. The southern Innes Park beach straddles a small creek mouth. It is 400 metres long and consists of a narrow strip of high tide sand fronted by a continuous, sloping boulder field, with some sand in the small creek mouth. The beach is backed by a casuarina-covered foredune and a small park and car park toward its northern end. All four beaches are only suitable for swimming toward high tide, with low tide generally revealing a rocky shoreline. There are various reef breaks along this coast, which need to be checked out with the locals. You can find some good rock fishing the length of the coast, as well as in the small creek at Innes Park site.