Yorkey's Knob foreshore has everything you need including electric BBQs, sheltered picnic tables, playground, drinking water, large shade trees, toilet facilities and stunning water views.
History behind the name
Named after the suburb which was named after George Lawson who had a beche-de-mer fishing station on Green Island in the 19th century and used to collect wood where Yorkey's Knob is. His nickname was Yorkey because he was a Yorkshire man. Yorkey's Knob is 40 metres (131 feet) high.