Photos and Info About Corner Inlet Coastal Park and Nooramunga Marine Park
Corner Inlet is a large and sheltered inlet located between Port Franklin, Toora Beach, Barrys Beach, Port Welshpool and Wilsons Promontory and can be accessed from boat ramps at Toora, Port Albert, Port Franklin and Yanakie. Sometimes called Nooramunga Marine Park, this diverse area contains species of marine life of which many are only known to exist exclusively in this environmentally protected coastal and marine park.
Take A Sailing Tour
What a fabulous place to catch a ride on a luxury catamaran or get aboard a half day boat cruise. These east coast sailing tours also do a full day around Wilsons Promontory Coastal Park. What a fabulous way to see the local sights from a different perspective.
You can see the townships that provide access into the Corner Inlet or Nooramunga Marine Park run off the South Gippsland Highway via Port Welshpool, Port Albert, McLoughlins Beach or Yanakie. You can see clearer access points on the map at the bottom of the page.
Corner Inlet is also a haven for a large contingency of migrating birds. Commercial fishing has not been allowed in the Inlet for a number of years in oder to protect the sometimes fragile environment from human disturbance. Find out more about Corner Inlet on the South Gippsland Website.