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Anchor in 5-10 metres on the sandy shelf east of the protruding reef bank opposite the beach or pick up a mooring. Keep well clear of the extending reef to the east on approach. The current is strong in this passage and care should be taken when snorkelling.

The National Park HQ is located to the east. Anchorage can be found near the HQ in 5-8 metres or further off in deeper water. Ashore there is a freshwater creek and a 45-minute jungle trail leading to a year-round waterfall.

Near the beach is a black pipe where jerry cans can be filled with fresh water. There is another pleasant hike across the isthmus to a beautiful beach on the north side. Day anchorage and snorkelling can also be found in the middle of this bay in 10-14 metres.

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