Leo Cummings Monument Lookout

Leo Cummings (pioneering family of Sheringa district) drowned when the crayfish boat ‘Wangaree’ was wrecked on the rocks at the base of the cliffs near Kiana in 1959 and the monument was erected in his honour.

This site boasts uninterrupted views to Point Drummond in the south and to the rugged cliffs of Sheringa in the north and is home to a family of osprey that nest on a craggy pinnacle adjacent the lookout. There is an access road and car park, with plenty of room for caravans.

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