Weather Forecast
20.60°C
Current Temperature
22.00km/h
Wind speed
23.24°C
Water Temperature
0.94m
Swell
2.91m
Tide
6/11
UV
Mount Cleveland is surrounded by 25 km of predominantly rocky shore, linked to the mainland by extensive tidal flats. On its eastern shore between the cape and Cape Ferguson, 14 km to the south, is a rocky shore containing four beaches, the longest being 2 km in length. Only the southern Turtle Bay is accessible by road and since 1985 has housed the Australian Institute of Marine Science. The first three can only be reached by boat or on foot over the steep backing terrain. Bray Island Beach (877) is a 600 m long, relatively steep beach composed of coarse sand, wedged in between sloping, rocky headlands that rise to 100 m. It has a high berm backed by a low, casuarina-covered foredune. In the southern corner is a small creek containing a few mangroves. Bray Island lies 500 m off the southern tip of the beach.
Beach Length: 0.6km
General Hazard Rating: 3/11

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