Memory Cove

 

General Position:

34 57.7 S
135 59.5 E

Note: approx. only. Do not use as an
anchoring point on your GPS
.

Shelter From:

North West through South to South East

Anchorage:

The anchorage is quite deep relatively close to shore. There are some moorings to watch out for.

Comments:

Memory Cove was named by Captain Matthew Flinders in memory of the sailors drowned in Thorny Passage in February 1802. The islands of Thorny Passage bear their names.

It is a very attractive sandy, tree lined cove on the southern Jessieu Peninsula. It is quite popular due to its shelter and beauty and at certain times of the year can be a little crowded. There is a delightful walking trail south of the beach which gives good views of Thistle Island

- May 2005

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Date Author Comments
19/7/05 Adam Wynn You can safely anchor in about 4.5 meters of water at approx. 34 57.67 S 135 59.50 E