170km from Adelaide
Boat launching - Dual lane
Black Point has become a real seaside playground. A long, sandy and relatively protected north-facing beach sweeps around at 90 degrees to the coastline, offering great shelter from the dominant summer southeasterly winds.
There are King George whiting, gar, tommies, salmon trout, blue crabs and snook in the bay and for those with larger boats and a bit of local knowledge, some big snapper offshore. The Ardrossan barge is well within trailer boat range of Black Point, as are several other recognised snapper patches to the east.
Summer crabbers catch thousands of blue swimmer crabs in drop nets around the Black Point sand spit, and on calm, moonless evenings there are garfish in good numbers for dabbers. The boat launching facility has been redeveloped with a dual lane ramp that extends further into the sea.