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Formby Bay is a vast pristine coastal area on Yorke Peninsular stretching from Daly Head to Browns Beach all uninhabited right around the big toe of the foot of the Peninsular. Spectacular scenery is found around the Toe with cliffs, high seas,sand dunes, huge rocks and the famous ‘Innes’ Nat. Park & Cape Spencer.. The last habitat is Corny Point. There are long beaches as here where long line casting is good to catch large Salmon , Taylor, Trevally & Salmon Trout. There are stairways in this particular area for the Surf casters to get down. We didn’t fish but enjoyed the walk down the stairs and along the beach before retracing our steps. No one but ourselves that day & it made us feel very small.