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Bowen, Whitsunday Passage and Repulse Bay

Smooth waters – Bowen

The waters bounded by an imaginary line drawn:

  • from Dalrymple Point on the mainland
  • to Adelaide Point on the mainland
  • along the shore to Dalrymple Point.

Partially smooth waters – Bowen, Whitsunday Passage and Repulse Bay

The waters bounded by an imaginary line drawn:

  • from the high water mark at the eastern extremity of the southern bank of the mouth of Hervey Creek on the mainland
  • to the south-western extremity of Shaw Island
  • along the western shore of Shaw Island and Gaibirra Island to the northern extremity of Gaibirra Island
  • to the southern extremity of Maher Island
  • along the western shore of Maher Island to Jesuit Point
  • to the southern extremity of Harold Island
  • along the eastern shore to the northern extremity of Harold Island
  • to the south-eastern extremity of Deloraine Island
  • along the eastern shore to the north-eastern extremity of Deloraine Island
  • to a point situated 1 nautical mile north-east of Pinnacle Point, Hook Island
  • to a point situated 1 nautical mile north of Dolphin Point, Hayman Island
  • to a point situated 1 nautical mile north of the northern extremity of Eshelby Island
  • to a point situated 1 nautical mile north of the northern extremity of Rattray Island
  • to a point situated 1 nautical mile north of Gloucester Head, Gloucester Island
  • to the north headland at the mouth of the Don River on the mainland.

Smooth and partially smooth waters – Bowen, Whitsunday Passage and Repulse Bay chartlet.

Last updated
24 August 2017