What a perfect day. Clear to the D’Aguilar Range
Starting at South Esplanade outside the Bribie Seaside Museum, and as it was low tide, the walk headed south down Bongaree Beach with 26 participants and two dogs, Scooby and Mouse. Not long after starting off a phone call was received from two latecomers, who eventually caught up. Can’t get lost on this beach.
The walk slowly swung east to traverse the southern end of the island. Approaching Red Beach, the dogs with us were tempted by the other dogs in this off leash beach area. Having negotiated this beach it was continue east to Skirmish Point. While here a few dolphins were seen playing around, sometimes exposing the full length of their bodies. Pity a photograph was not possible. Having found a shady area, it was a stop for morning tea and admire the view across to Moreton Island.
After morning tea, it was walk further along the beach and then take the 4WD track to Skirmish Point Car Park. From there the streets were followed to First Avenue which was then followed back to the car park.
14.5 km walk and highest point at 4 metres above sea level. Flat as a map!!