You’ll find no shortage of misery at this beach that, like Skeleton Coast, holds true to its name. Located along the coast of Queensland, it touts alluring sandy stretches and palm-fringed aquamarine waters, but you’ve been warned: dozens of natural booby traps await.
First of all, if you're going to swim, the tourism site Cape-Trib.com recommends you wear a stinger suit, as the waters here are teeming with stinging jellyfish. That right there should be your first red flag.
If you do decide to don your best stinger suit, you might also be interested to know that saltwater crocodiles abound – and they don't make a suit to keep you away from those.
On top of that, the cape is home to cassowaries, flightless birds the size of emus or ostriches, who have talons sharp enough to rip you from head to toe.
And finally, beware of the infamous stinging trees, featuring jagged leaves that can pick up where the cassowaries left off.