Low Tide on the Bay When the tide is really low, usually during the New Moon, you can walk out in the bay wearing gumboots and the mud flats are rich in shellfish. You can see herons, ibis and spoonbill along with black swans and pelicans amidst the sea grass… Low tide Mudflats and Mangroves
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”
Oooconcoon Bay was named for the swans that used to live here before the days of water ferries and jetskis and noisy motor boats.
This morning the water was so calm….like a mirror, with an overlay of atmosphere Then the Ferry came to take us to the Mainland…for shopping…
It was a very low tide today on Fraser Island Soldier Crabs are prolific on the island. As well as their droppings, Skates create hollows from hiding in the sand flapping sucking up sand and soldier crabs that make up their diet. Tracks from the Segway make patterns in the sand as I walk backContinue reading “Beach Walk and Low Tide Fraser Island”