Sunday, October 11, 2009
It is a small jetty as jetties go, and you'll never see a boat tied up at it, but it is a wonder place for a stroll.
Almost every day you'll find a "procession" of walkers as they stroll out to the end of the jetty perhaps seeking to catch a glimpse of any dolphins who swim around the bay.
On a clear day you can see right out to North Stradbroke Island, and see many of the boats that ply the waters of Moreton Bay.
Along the jetty are works of art, which explain something of the aboriginal fishing experiences in the Bay.