Located 86 kilometres south of Adelaide, Inman Valley is part of the wonderful journey that leads to Yankalilla. The Inman Valley Road is lined with majestic gum trees and sits between the river environment of the Coorong and bushland of the south-western Fleurieu Peninsula.
Bushwalkers love this region, while amateur and professional geologists head for Selwyn’s Glacier Rock, one of the world’s largest glacial relics dating back to when the region was covered with ice.
Inman Valley was settled before 1842. In 1839 it was described officially as “a lovely valley, ranging from two to six miles in width, well watered and rich in soil for agriculture and herbage for pasture”.
Activites and Experiences at Inman Valley
- Post Office
- Takeaway Food Dine In Facilities
- Places of Worship Anglican
Accommodation In Inman Valley
Discover some of the accommodation in and around Inman Valley