Its amazing how deserted the beach is in the early morning. Walking along I feel as if the beach is mine and mine alone as I do not share it even with a bird. Sometimes there is a walker that I see every morning, but mostly for the first hour it is just mine.
Today I slept in and still the beach was deserted in the morning…and it is the most beautiful time of the day at Sunrise
Not only did I sleep in, I also had a dead camera battery. Big choice, do I simply walk on or go back and collect the spare battery. I went back. When I returned I did not feel like the same walk so wandered through the few shops looking for breakfast and a coffee, but everything was still asleep. I found new shops that invited a visit when they were open and I found another entrance to the beach I walked on in the opposite direction…
Woorim is on the south-eastern corner of Bribie Island, bounded by the Coral Sea to the east and Moreton Bay to the south. Bald Point is on the southern beach (27.0959°S 153.1950°E). Erosion of the beach at Woorim is an ongoing issue with long term recession trends of the shoreline observed. In September 2007 Caboolture Shire Council (now amalgamated into the Moreton Bay Regional Council) published a Shoreline Erosion Management Plan in response.
Woorim has a beach, a small shopping centre, and parklands adjoining the beach.
Bribie Island Golf Club at 5 Links Court (27.0822°S 153.2013°E) has an 18-hole par-72 course, a distance of 6,203 metres (20,351 ft)