This 25 hectare sanctuary is located at Torquay and extends to the east for about 600 metres and to the south for about 300 metres.
Flora & FaunaThe park is home to a variety of marine life there are 96 species of sea slugs, Crabs, Mussels, Eagle Rays a vast range of Fish.
Point Danger is formed from cliffs of yellow limestone that are slowly crumbling into the sea. Blocks and slabs litter the beach, merging with a narrow rock platform that stretches around to the west. The top of the reef is covered with a network of small boulders, seaweed beds, crevices and pools.