Sandy Cape

Sandy Cape is the most northern point on off the coast of , Australia. The place was named by James Cook during his 1770 voyage up the eastern coast of Australia aboard the Endeavour.
Latitude
-24.6981° or 24° 41' 53.1" south
Longitude
153.2641° or 153° 15' 50.8" east
Elevation
-16 metres (-52 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 821520431
Geo­Names ID
2150441
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Sandy Cape
  • Czech: Sandy Cape
  • French: Cap Sandy
  • Italian: capo Sandy
  • Swedish: Sandy Cape
  • Moon Point
  • Sandy Point
  • Woakoh

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