Color of the Wash

Yesterday when returning on the ferry from Redland Bay back home to Macleay Island, I saw that the water which is usually pristine blue and aqua was now a muddy brown from the flood waters running to the Bay from the Logan River. The wash from the ferry was quite golden. Redland Bay will soonContinue reading “Color of the Wash”

Wellington Point Queensland

Surrounded by the coast on three sides, Wellington Point Reserve is popular for picnics, launching a boat into Moreton Bay, walking to King Island or the nature track along the mangroves, or simply dining at the waterside restaurant. Wellington Point is about 22 km south-east of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland. Wellington Point is largely residential and adjoins Birkdale inContinue reading “Wellington Point Queensland”

Redland Bay Marina Queensland

High tide had the waters lapping the top of the rocks at the Jetty at Redland Bay. https://peterlud.wordpress.com/tag/redland-bay/ Quandamooka people have lived on and around this area for tens of thousands of years. Geological evidence dates occupation at a minimum of 21,000 years. Local people identify the Noonucal, Gorenpul and Nughi as the traditional ownersContinue reading “Redland Bay Marina Queensland”

Redland Bay Marina

It is from the Redland Bay Marina that ferries go to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands… first to Karragarra, then Macleay Island, Lamb Island and Russell Island. Some ferries do the trip in the reverse order. The ferry ride takes about 20-25 minutes and costs vary The Fast jet ferry costs about $6 with a go cardContinue reading “Redland Bay Marina”

Returning Home

Wherever I have been, whatever I have done, returning home is always a marvellous experience. I love returning to the Islands I call home, and the best part is sitting in my van on the vehicle ferry looking out over the waters at this amazing scenery of blue water and thinking, “This is where IContinue reading “Returning Home”

Summer Solstice 22 December 2014 and Low Tide and High Tide Canaipa Point Russell Island

The summer solstice occurs once a year in December when the Sun’s track across the Australian sky reaches its highest point. It is the day that has the most daylight hours of any in the year. The summer solstice usually occurs on 21 December, but can occur between 20 and 22 December. http://www.ga.gov.au/scientific-topics/astronomical/summer-and-winter-solstice An interestingContinue reading “Summer Solstice 22 December 2014 and Low Tide and High Tide Canaipa Point Russell Island”

Jacaranda Season Redland Bay

Jacaranda is a genus of 49 species of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of Central America, South America, Cuba, Hispaniola , Jamaica and the Bahamas.[1] It has been planted widely in Asia, especially in Nepal. It has been introduced to most tropical and subtropical regions The name isContinue reading “Jacaranda Season Redland Bay”

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