Boat trip to Moreton Island

 

A six hour window in the tide for boat  access to our backyard on Russell Island,the wind and weather align so our trusty Captain with a backpack of supplies in tow,  grabs an extra can of fuel and launches the tinny into Canaipa Pass with our sights set on Moreton Island.

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As we leave the gateway to Canaipa Pass ,the sand hills of Stradbroke Island are in our sights
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Our Trusty Captain Dave
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Moreton Bay
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Dunwich Stradbroke Island
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The pristine waters of Moreton Bay,incredibly alive,turtles in abundance, rays darting frantically and a Dugong making its presence known next to the tinny
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Moreton Island Sand Hills

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Moreton Bay oyster leases

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Stradbroke Island

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Moreton Island

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Refuelling the ship on Moreton Island

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A tidal wetland to be seen for they who adventure past the sand dunes on Moreton

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Crystal clear water with colours that an artist would dream of replicating

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The carrier of the troops
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A couple of hours into the trip the hoards were ravenous so a stop at the Little Ships Club at Dunwich to feed the masses was the priority on the agenda

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With the access to our backyard for the tinny in mind it was full steam ahead and a race against the tide

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