Burrum Heads Queensland

Burrum Heads is located about three and a half hours drive north of Brisbane and approximately half an hour from Hervey Bay and Maryborough, 50 kms from Maryborough. I lived in Burrum Heads 10 years ago, so decided to book into the Burrum Heads Caravan Park in Hillcrest Avenue and visit my old haunts. The CaravanContinue reading “Burrum Heads Queensland”

Myora Springs Stradbroke Island

Myora Springs, sometimes also referred to as Moongalba (sitting down place), is a place to be explored and enjoyed peacefully. Erosion and vegetation loss, including the particularly valuable mangroves, was becoming a big problem in the early 2010s, before a raised walkway and viewing platform was installed. Take a slow walk through the area, tuningContinue reading “Myora Springs Stradbroke Island”

Stradbroke Mangroves

Originally posted on Mangroves Australia:
Myora Springs Mangroves Myora Springs has fresh water coming from inland. It also has tidal sea water coming in when the tide is high. The mangroves here are on the side of the sea water. The mangroves are quite small and have spreading roots. This area may have people walking…

Sunset Sight at Stradbroke

We walked up to the Sports Ground and down a path to Home Beach to see the sunset. There were beautiful ferns at the entrance to the path looking like another world or something out of Lord of the Rings North beach faces north-north-east toward Shag Rock, 1.5 km offshore. Sand waves change over time,Continue reading “Sunset Sight at Stradbroke”

North Gorge in the Rain

We took the bus to Point Lookout intending to walk the Gorge if it wasn’t raining too hard. The first part of the walk is under a canopy of cottonwood trees, but it was also windy and the rain still came through the trees. We walked to the start of the Gorge that overlooked MainContinue reading “North Gorge in the Rain”

Stradbroke Sands

The cruise boat went from Macleay Island to Calypso Bay and back past Stradbroke Island. The sands have shown remarkable erosion and the roots of the trees and almost entirely visible as they hang down the sandstone cliffs. Some trees have slid down the sand but are still hanging on precariously along the edge. .Continue reading “Stradbroke Sands”

Boat Ride to Stradbroke Island

The Lady Caroline is a boat built for the Community by students at BYC Cooperative, and currently it is based at Russell Island. Every Thursday a small group enjoy a boat ride. Today the Boat went to Tipplers Licensed Café at South Stradbroke Island. It was a beautiful day and perfect for the water. TheContinue reading “Boat Ride to Stradbroke Island”

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