Dolphins were playing in the waters between the rocks and whales out on the Ocean..
Wooli is practically an island – a three kilometre long finger of land surrounded by the Pacific on one side and the glorious Wooli Wooli River on the other. This is a beach town with saltwater in its veins. This section of coastline forms the northern sector of the Solitary Islands Marine Park which protectsContinue reading “Wooli NSW”
Redland Bay is the Main port for travel to the Southern Morton Bay Islands. Here the ferries go to Russell, Macleay, Karragarra and Lamb Island. From here, buses travel to the City, Logan and Mt Gravatt ..
I arrived at Nerang Station and waited for the bus to Surfers Paradise. It collects many tourists and the bus was full, standing room only. It stops at Surfers right opposite the Rail. I walked off the bus to the corner, and there was Shore Apartments on my left. I walked towards it along theContinue reading “Surfers Paradise…Room with a view through Glass”
The four Islands that make up the Southern Moreton Bay Islands are flood free, and we do not see those sort of floods that the rest of South East Queensland and Northern NSW experience. Naturally we get some overland water flow, but being small Islands, the water just runs off into the Bay with little effect on personal property.
These Islands are possibly one of the safest havens in South East Queensland, and remain undiscovered by a vast majority of Australians
Sunrise over the Sea at Russell Island Jetty
Sunrise Today Russell Island 6.30 AM 24 July…another amazing sunrise full of color
The first series was taken at 5.50 am and it was still dark…and the full moon set in the water glowing and rippling as the tide went out in the Bay. Then light started at 6.10am..a little light, and the moon was still setting over the water. The sunrise was pale and the moon loweredContinue reading “Solstice Full Moon setting over the sea”
Sunrise 11 June Russell Island…another blaze of brilliant color that covered the entire sky with colors