A blog about Lamb Island in Moreton Bay, Queensland – a unique little paradise under forty kilometres as the seagull flies from Brisbane CBD.
Because of restraints on time, and let’s face it, only a limited amount of material on a small island, we’re now recycling selected earlier posts.
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Sunday, September 21, 2014

High and dry. Some of the time.

No, I’m not sure what this is all about, although this boat, perched on that little high spot just off Lamb Island and photographed between high tide and low tide, would be floating at high tide, but walkable-to at low tide, so I’m guessing someone’s working on its hull. 

And if you’re wondering about that ugly mountain of sand in the background, it’s what’s left after extractive sand mining on North Stradbroke Island. It’ll be re-vegetated, but that doesn’t make the fact that it’s happening in what’s supposed to be a National Park any less ugly.