An active jetty built in 1920s and extended to include a T-Section in the 1960s. The main purpose is for delivering limestone to Port Adelaide.
This site is not far from edithburgh so a good opportunity for an alternative site if you are diving Yorke Peninsula. There are some big structures in the water with growth, and lots of fish life.
The jetty has a big T-Section which has some artificial structure. Swimming over to it is quite shallow from the nearby beach, with the seafloor dropping off to ~10 meters. Heading roughly South-East from the Jetty's southern point there is a small reef structure which has been known to house wobbegongs and other marine life.