Hungry? Feel like a beverage since you’re on holidays?

Beach Break:

This great addition to the town is the place to be. Why not treat-yo-self to some coffee and cake! Beach Break serves coffee, breakfast and lunch, and sell surf hardware & home-made pies


Marion Bay Tavern:

The ‘Tin Tav’ as I used to call it when growing up in Marion Bay, has amazing wood fire pizzas and pub grub, and is open for lunch and dinner. Or just fancy a beverage and a game of pool to finish off the perfect day? Be sure to call and book on 8854 4141 in summer, to ensure you get a table.

The tav also has a Bottle O, for takeaway drinks.


Marion Bay General Store:

Feel like a burger and hot chips, or just running out of petrol? Why not try some of Minlaton Bakery’s delicious pasties and sausage rolls. This is the place to go. The ‘shop’ as we locals call it, has a small variety of supplies including fresh bread delivered daily (but I suggest getting in early in peak season) and even fishing supplies. Please note the store has seasonal opening hours - check the storefront for current times.



Point Turton Tavern:

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Pub grub and more beautiful views of the ocean. To book a table call   8854 5063 (Note closed on Tuesdays in winter).


Penguin point – Follow Willyama to the left and you’ll find this vast bay. It’s a much calmer, shallower beach and great for paddle boarding if you brought them with you. Keep following to the left, and you’ll find the Marion Bay jetty. Want to catch some squid? This is the perfect spot at night.



Marion Bay has two local beaches -

Willyama Bay – this beach is just across the road! Follow the track to the beach and then over the sand dunes and be amazed by this gorgeous bay. Can up spot the mast from the wreck of the S.S. Willyama? Pretty cool hey!

This beach has it all, the perfect length for a long walk, or why not go for a dip in the rockpools to your left!



Innes National Park – right at your door step is the beautiful, untouched Innes National Park. Just a 5 minute drive away, you have access to Australia’s best beaches (oh no, we’re not being bias, just wait until you see them)


  • Swimming – you may have a beach all to yourself!

  • Surfing - visit for the best surfing locations

  • Fishing

  • Scuba diving/snorkelling

  • Walks/lookouts/hikes

  • Sightseeing

  • Lighthouses

  • Ship wrecks

  • Islands and the beautiful coast of Innes

  • Visit historic Inneston – our old mining town

  • Wildlife spotting

  • Kangaroos and emus roam free. Drive slow and keep an eye out for them crossing the road

  • The Tammar Wallaby was reintroduced into the park after nearly becoming instinct in SA, keep an eye out for these cute little critters

  • Whales and dolphins share our beautiful coastline

  • Birds


Things to know before visiting Innes...

​Innes National Park charge an entry fee of $10 per vehicle, per day; there are self-registration computers when entering the park

  • Mobile phone signal is not accessible in the park

  • Toilets are located at most campgrounds

  • Ticks can be common in bushy areas - we suggest using bug spray

  • Observe fire restrictions

  • No pets allowed in the national park – strict fines apply (but we are hoping you’re fury family member hasn’t come on this holiday with you)





Mad fisher person?:

If you’re looking to book a fishing charter, call Mark Graham on 0427 120 040, from Marion Bay Fishing Charters, or email him at


Catering & local products...

​Contact or visit Caroline at MBC Food’s to see what she has to offer. Caroline does catering for small to large events, and sells a variety of local salt products either online, or from her small store at her house.


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