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Corny Point, South Australia

Corny Point
South Australia
The lighthouse at Corny Point
Coordinates

34°55′27″S 137°4′58″E / 34.92417°S 137.08278°E / -34.92417; 137.08278Coordinates: 34°55′27″S 137°4′58″E / 34.92417°S 137.08278°E / -34.92417; 137.08278

Population 154[1]
Established 1881[2]
Postcode(s) 5575[3]
LGA(s) Yorke Peninsula
State electorate(s) Goyder
Federal Division(s) Wakefield
Localities around Corny Point:
Spencer Gulf Spencer Gulf Spencer Gulf
Spencer Gulf Corny Point Point Turton
Innes National Park Marion Bay Warooka

Corny Point is a settlement in South Australia[4] at the north-western tip of the "boot" of Yorke Peninsula. It was named this by Matthew Flinders in March 1802 because it appeared to be a growth on the toe of Yorke Peninsula.[5] A lighthouse was built in 1882. The first pastoral lease was taken up in 1846.[6] The site is notable for outcrops of Palaeoproterozoic gneisses[7] of the Lincoln Complex on the wave cut platform at the base of the low limestone cliffs.

See also

Yorke Peninsula

References

External links

  • Yorke Peninsula website
  • Yorke Peninsula: Corny Point


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