Clump Point is a low, 1.5 km long finger of rock, reef and mangroves that forms the southern end of Bingal Bay and the northern boundary of Mission Beach. Lying to the north of the point are the very low energy Clump Point Beach and the longer Narragon Beach.
Clump Point Beach (783) lies on the north side of the point, tucked in against the road. It faces north and is essentially a narrow high tide beach, fronted by a 500 m wide reef flat. There are a boat ramp and jetty off the tip of the point, that service the boats moored off the end of the flats.
Beach Length: 0.2km
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