Are you looking for a Sea change? Create your own piece of paradise. This block is in a newly developed land release, with new roads, drainage, power and data access. It is a deep block with a wide frontage and existing fence line along the eastern boundary. The block is zoned rural, and there is no time limit to build.
Marion Bay’s beaches go swimming, fishing, and snorkelling or just walk and enjoy the coastline. Marion Bay Facilities include Jetty, Boat Ramp, Tavern, General Store, gourmet café & a real estate office.
Only a 3-hour drive from Adelaide, situated on the 'foot' of Yorke Peninsula, Marion Bay is the gateway to Spectacular Innes National Park, home to Stenhouse Bay historical wharf and homesteads, Chinaman’s Hat, Ethel’s Wreck, Pondalowie Bay and an abundant of wildlife.
It is a short 2-minute walk to the calm water beach of Marion Bay. Take a fishing rod and try your luck on the jetty or call into the local shop, cafe or tavern for a meal.
A short drive to the north along Corny Point rd. you can find your own secluded beach at the end of one of many side roads, Gym Beach, Formby Bay, Daly Heads, Gleeson’s Landing and Berry Bay. There is also the scenic drive along South Coast rd. to Hillocks Drive and Foul Bay. So many places to explore, No wonder people build to live here.
Marion Bay’s population swells considerably during holiday periods. The beaches at Marion Bay offer the best of both worlds - a sheltered swimming beach popular with families, and a surf beach on the other side. Marion Bay's autumn mullet run is a draw card for beach anglers. Fishing is available for everyone, with the area offering excellent boat, jetty, beach, rock and surf fishing, a variety of fishing is available.
Several deep-sea fishing charters operate in the area and if you are looking to hook into some action, they come highly recommended.
Fishing and Surfing.
Autumn Mullet run.
Innes National Park.
Marion Bay is a versatile holiday destination with excellent accommodation options and makes a perfect base for exploring Innes National Park and the 'bottom end' of the peninsula.
Secure your little part of this magnificent part of SA.