|John Oxley - Moreton Bay - November/December 1823|
Calm and clear. Took the following bearings to determine the entrance of the river.
Point A up, 217 1/2*.
Extreme of the point of mainland opposite starboard channel from 15 to 20 chains wide, shoal one mile from point to point: 212 1/2* to 87*. South extreme of Inner Concealment Island, two and a-quarter miles: 87*. North extreme of Inner Concealment Island, one and a-half miles; This small island connected with it by dry sand shoal: 33*.
North extreme of North Concealment Island, distant about two and three-qurater miles:22*.
Point Uniack, being the west point two miles of entrance and east point of a low mangrove island close to sand spit: 3*. West extreme of [that island], three-quarter mile long; 356*.
West point of low mangrove island, 278* one mile.