Russell Island Jetty http://moretonbay.biz/part-4-russell-island The first settlers on the island relied on their own resources to take themselves and their produce to market. The area to the east of the current jetty was the site of the rafting ground, where the timber-getters would form log rafts to float their timber to sawmills on the mainland.Continue reading “Jetty at Russell Island”
Daily Archives: February 8, 2013
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Even a few kangaroos ventured onto the beach after the storm, it was a peaceful scene with the light softened by the sea mist. They seemed fascinated by the ocean as if in awe of the power it had generated. Some like this one even ventured in for a bit of…
Sunset at Lawrence River Queensland Australia
22.3476°S 149.5331°E St Lawrence is a small town in Queensland, Australia, located 802 kilometres (498 mi) north of Brisbane and 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) off the Bruce Highway. It is part of the Isaac Regional Council local government area. At the 2006 census, St Lawrence and the surrounding area had a population of 195. Once a prosperousContinue reading “Sunset at Lawrence River Queensland Australia”
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