Pretty much 6-8 metres all over the place. Gets a little shallower further south east. Most folk come in the entrance and turn starboard and drop the anchor
somewhere about the 2/3rds of the way to the island. Anchored there a few times, last time was last year at Easter coming back from the Gladstone race
. Lovely place - well marked entrance and bommie on the way in, all very easy, provided its daylight.
I just had a look at the chartlet in Lucas, and its pretty well spot on (my edition is 7th with 1998 supplement - really need to update it. The tide fair rips out the entrance - so dont anchorb too close to it, and if there is any weather
in the offering then make sure you know how to get out in the dark, just in case.
Its a great place.
Just up the road to the north is a stunning little island (hsokins) that is worth a lunch time stop.
Pankcake Creek is the traditional mainland sop in after Lady Musgrave, its nice, can be rolly in a mono.