Innes Park is a town in Bundaberg that was first inhabited by Europeans in 1863 and the Barolin House was built. In 1912, Sidney Innes was able to acquire Barolin House. In 1930, the property was donated to the Shire of Woongarra and the seaside town was eventually named Innes Park.
Innes Park consists of a country club near the creek where locals and visitors engage in fishing and golf. Barolin Rocks is one of the most popular scuba diving and fishing sites in the area, and located south of Innes Park is The Coral Cove, a residential area. The residential area of Innes Park consists of a beach on both sides. Beaches in the area are ideal for swimming during high tides, since rocky formations appear during low tides.