An 1865 map shows subdivision on Macleay Island allowing for roads, wharves and reserves for aboriginal sites, including Corroboree Point. Well known as animportant Aboriginal site right from beginning, Corroboree Point was camp of oysterman Thomas Lucas. In 1863 he acquired No 16 lease under Oyster Act of 1863. Corroboree Point, Lions Park is the site of anContinue reading “Corroboree Park”
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Mangroves ….Calypso Bay and Stradbroke Island
Calypso Bay The Lady Caroline Cruise went from Russell island to Calypso Bay then Back along the small Islands past Stradbroke Islands. Mangroves ….Calypso Bay and Stradbroke Island
Mangroves at Macleay Island
Koonwarra Street Macleay Island Macleay Island is rich with mangroves. They edge the island and at almost every location you can see mangroves and mud flats. The mangroves provide blossom for bees, and there are mud crabs where you place crab pots, and the waters are rich with turtles, dugongs and also dolphins Mangroves atContinue reading “Mangroves at Macleay Island”
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