The Corinella Foreshore Reserve is an area of coastal Crown Land that covers about 30 hectares encircling Corinella. It comprises a diversity of native vegetation and coastal geomorphology, and includes facilities such as a caravan park, boat ramp, jetty, and BBQ/picnic areas.
The Reserve is divided into precincts for management purposes.
Public Toilets can be found on Peters Street opposite The Esplanade, next to the Caravan Park.
Map of Corinella
See below for map of Corinella
Walking tracks run through most of the Reserve and are an ideal way to experience the seascape, varying landscape, flora and fauna of the area.
The beach varies from mangroves and mud flats through to rocky platforms, from shallow rocky pools to sandy and shelly beach (see Precincts map below right).
Northern precinct- shelley & sandy beach turning to mud flat, accessible from Balcombe St, French Island Close and Jamieson Street.
Jetty Precinct - Limited beach access, beach is sand and rock through to the mangroves to the east, and rock platforms to the west.
Settlement Point Precinct - Rocky platform below the cliffs, accessible from the barge landing area and Jetty precinct.
Western precinct - Beach below the cliffs is sandy and shelly with rocky pools and rocks along the beach. Accessible only via the stairs at the end of Beach Street, and at O'Connor Road.
Southern Precinct - Accessible at the end of Norsemans Road. Sandy swimming beach.
Standard restrictions apply - dogs are required on-lead at all times on the Reserve unless in a designated off-leash area.