at the end of Yorke Peninsula and named by Matthew Flinders,
is the idyllic holiday township of Corny Point. Corny Point
offers the visitor quiet beaches on the Spencer Gulf side,
ideal for mooring boats. Once around what is known locally
as the Corn, the sea changes to surf country. There is a
lighthouse, warning sailors of the dangers, but this bit of
paradise holds stretches of empty, golden sands, and water
that is crystal-clear. The changing light elicit colours
from the most dazzling range of blues - emerald to azure,
only broken by the appearance of pods of dolphins.
surf coast extends from Berry Bay (which has a access
stairwell of about 98 step), to Point Annie, Swincer Rocks,
Gleesons Landing, Daly Head (with a stairwell of 286
stairs), Fromby Bay and Innes National Park. These are great
places for the board rider, but extreme care should be taken
because of rips. Remember these are unpatrolled beaches.