Nine mile beach is accessed through Byfield national Park. Easy tracks on the main tracks but can become more challenging on the smaller less used tracks.Travel only at high tide and obey all road rules. The infamous "Orange Bowl" is also accessed from this beach. Very soft, tall sand dunes that are worth climbing for the view. Remember to stay on the marked tracks in the bowl and use extreme caution. Lives have been lost in this area. At the southern end of the beach is a track to Corio Bay. Great fishing but be aware that large saltwater crocodiles do inhabit this area. BE CAREFUL.