Point Danger is a headland, located at the southern end of the Gold Coast on the east coast of Australia. Separated by Snapper Rocks and Rainbow Bay to the West, with Duranbah Beach and the Tweed River mouth to the south. Present-day Point Danger has also indicated the border between New South Wales and Queensland, Australia, since 1863.
The point is the location of the Captain Cook memorial and lighthouse, the Centaur Memorial and Walk of Remembrance, the Marine Rescue NSW Point Danger station, and the southern end of the Gold Coast Oceanway.
It also overlooks surfing action like these pics below….
To read more on the Point Danger Memorial and Captain Cook follow the wiki article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_Danger_(Australia)