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Low tide access only to North Point beach and Honeymoon Bay on Moreton Island

Applies until 28 August 2019.

This alert applies to the following parks:

Vehicle access to North Point beach, Honeymoon Bay and Champagne Pools is restricted to low tide only due to the continually changing dune movement from weather events, ocean currents and large tides. Beach hazards such as steep sand dunes, fallen trees, hidden banks and washouts are likely to be encountered. All tide pedestrian access is available to North Point, Champagne Pools and Honeymoon Bay through the walking track from the North Point camping area.

Motorists should exercise caution at all times, stay on the hard beach sand and formed tracks, and only travel within 2 hours either side of low tide. Beach erosion has also cut-off access to illegally created bypass tracks that are now closed with barriers and safety warnings. Anyone found driving past these barriers, over dunes or vegetation will be fined.

Drivers should slow down, stop and check access points before deciding if it is safe to proceed and observe all signs, barriers and directions from rangers.

Check Park Alerts regularly for updates on current park conditions.

Last updated
4 July 2019