Eagle Pier View from Felix Oaks

Eagle Street Pier is home to over 15 restaurants, bars and casual eateries located in the heart of Brisbane, with the city’s best views of Story Bridge. Eagle Street Pier is an iconic waterfront precinct with world-class dining venues and unrivalled views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge Firmly established as one of Brisbane’s favourite food andContinue reading “Eagle Pier View from Felix Oaks”

Mangrove Medicine

Originally posted on Mangroves Australia:
Mangrove grows on mudflat There are only about 50 species or so, and each one is a keystone to the intertidal ecosystem they call home (Wikipedia). Despite the enormous number of animals depending on mangroves for shelter, western culture has seen mangrove forests as wastelands.  “mangroves are medicinal plants… widely…

Medicinal Uses of Mangroves

Originally posted on Mangroves Australia:
Root systems of the Mangrove Mangroves are widely used by mangrove dwellers for bush medicine e.g. A. illicifolius is used for skin disorders, boils and wounds[12]. Numerous medicines derived from mangroves (ashes or bark infusions) can be applied for skin disorders e.g. Lumnitzera racemosa and sores including leprosy.. .”it is worthwhile to screen plant species which have the above properties to…

War Fortifications Woorim Beach

The Bribie Island Second World War Fortifications are heritage-listed fortifications at Woorim and Bribie Island North on Bribie Island, Queensland, Australia. They were built from 1939 to 1943 and were added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 20 July 1993 The Bribie Island Fortifications were constructed from 1939 to 1943 as part of the systems of defence of southeast Queensland during the Second World War, and to provideContinue reading “War Fortifications Woorim Beach”

Moreton Bay Wetlands

Originally posted on Mangroves Australia:
Russell Island Ooncooncoon Bay at Low tide Moreton Bay Marine Park protects a vast array of marine habitats, plants and animals. Covering more than 3400km2?of open and sheltered waterways and dotted with islands, Moreton Bay Marine Park includes some of Australia’s premier wetlands. Extensive mangroves and tidal flats support and…

Stradbroke Island Tour

We were met at Dunwich Ferry by Stradbroke Island Kingfisher Tours and in the 4WD vehicle we went on the day tour. We drove through Dunwich and then went on the Brown Lake Road towards Brown Lake. A natural perched lake, pure rainwater tinged brown by the native teatrees, Brown Lake, or Lake Bummiera, isContinue reading “Stradbroke Island Tour”

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