On the tip of Corny Point is a semi-circular north facing bay, with a 100 m wide reef strewn mouth, containing a 320 m long curving sand beach (448). This beach is well protected by the headlands, rocks and reefs, receives low swell, and usually has calm conditions at the shore. Ketches used to use this beach to load grain until 1942. The backing Corny Point lighthouse was built in 1882.
Beach Length: 0.32km
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