The exposed eastern side of Moreton Island runs for 38 km from rocky North Point down to elongate, sandy Reeders Point. In between are the rocks of the cape, then a 31 km long, slightly curving, high energy, east facing beach that extends from the south side of the cape down to the beginning of the large South Passage tidal channel. The beach then continues on for another 6 km inside the passage to Reeders Point, with increasing protection afforded by the offshore tidal shoals.
Braydon beach (MOR5A) runs south-south-west of the cape for 3.3 km. It is accessible from the backing Yellow Patch Beach, either over the dunes or via the cape, or up the beach from other tracks. The beach is rip dominated, with a permanent rip against the rocks of the cape.
Beach Length: 3km
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