Prawn Season at the Islands….

The prawn season is only a few weeks, and the boats are there prawning. It is a very exciting time for those who love prawns.   …you can’t go past live poddy mullet and live prawns around Kalinga Bank, Rocky Point or the top of Canaipa Passage northeast of Russell Island.   Plenty of qualityContinue reading “Prawn Season at the Islands….”

Ferry to Russell Island

Stradbroke Ferries goes to Russell Island from Redland Bay Marina. The cars drive straight onto the ferry and travel to the islands. http://www.stradbrokeferries.com.au/ The ferry service is run by B.I.T.S (Bay Island Transit System) and departs from Redland Bay. This service is reliable and frequent and is operational 7 days a week 365 days aContinue reading “Ferry to Russell Island”

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