Toga Island is the most southern of the Torres Islands. The island is 6km x 4.5 km. It is inhabited by 250 people and is the most populated in the Torres Islands.
Toga Island is surrounded by a narrow fringing reef which quickly drops off into deep water. The eastern side of the island rises gently to the interior. The wester side contains three regions of uplift which rises stepwise to the summit (Mt Lemeura) at 240 m elevation.
The summit of the island is a broad plateau 2 km x 1 km in diameter at an elevation of over 200 m.
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