The coast between Gopnath Point and Kuda Point, about 28 miles NNE, is low and covered with sandhills for about 18 miles to Mitivirdi; then it is comparatively high, with several ravines close to the coast.
The country is flat and cultivated,with many scattered villages mostly surrounded by trees; inlandit is generally from 30 to 61m high.
Kuda Point, 10m high, has a thick clump of trees and a white bungalow on it. The trees are conspicuous from N or S, and the bungalow shows well during the forenoon when seen from E.
Mallock Reef, about 1.5 miles SE of Kuda Point, lies on the W side of the channel between it and the reef extending NW from Piram Island.