Mangroves at Macleay Island

Koonwarra Street Macleay Island Macleay Island is rich with mangroves. They edge the island and at almost every location you can see mangroves and mud flats. The mangroves provide blossom for bees, and there are mud crabs where you place crab pots, and the waters are rich with turtles, dugongs and also dolphins Mangroves atContinue reading “Mangroves at Macleay Island”

Macleay Island Boat Club

Tingira Boat Club is located at the south end of Macleay Island, next to the Bowls Club and MIAC. You can visit all three in one trip using the courtesy Bus from either MIAC or the Bowls Club. Member dinner is every Friday evening from 6pm. Call for a courtesy bus pick up. Every SundayContinue reading “Macleay Island Boat Club”

Lucas Passage Mackay Island

Macleay Island is an island located in Moreton Bay, South East Queensland … Perulpa Island is a small attached to Macleay Island by a causeway. Corroboree Place is across the Lucas Passage which is the waterway between Macleay Island, Lamb Island and Stradbroke Island. Lucas Passage is a marine channel in Queensland. Lucas Passage is situated nearby to Lamb Island,Continue reading “Lucas Passage Mackay Island”

Pat’s Park at Low Tide

Pats Park, Beelong Street Macleay Island, Queensland Lovely park on Macleay island, used by the locals for picnics and swimming. Looks out over towards North Stradbroke island. The annual Dawn Service is held at this location by the local RSL Club. The swimming Area is also adjacent to where you can park your canoe or craft and enjoy aContinue reading “Pat’s Park at Low Tide”

Paper Bark

Paper Bark trees Melaleuca quinquenervia… Paper Bark Paperbark grows up to 8 to 10 metres high with a canopy 5 to 10m wide. The leaves are leathery and either dull or grey-green in color. The bark is beige, white, or grey and looks like thickly-layered paper. Note the codominant leaders with the inclusion of barkContinue reading “Paper Bark”

Macleay Island Queensland

You can travel to the Jetty by Taxi if you don’t have your own vehicle. Parking is not easy as the parking areas are mostly always full, and if travelling during business and school hours, it seems easier to simply take the local taxi which will take you right to the jetty. All ferries fromContinue reading “Macleay Island Queensland”

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