Making Tracks – On an Island Hideaway

Have you ever been to a destination that has been sitting right under your nose, so to speak…

And wondered why you left it so long to visit?

This week I had great pleasure from that feeling when I finally visited Moreton Island, nestled just off the Queensland coast and a 90 minute ferry ride from the Port of Brisbane.

Long sandy beaches, an endless blue sky, and beautiful clear waters to swim in – what a great way for us Aussies’ to welcome winter…!

I made my camp, a simple ‘swag’ under my hiking tarp, in the dunes behind the beach at Comboyuro Point on the northern end of the island.

And all within view of the Glasshouse Mountains, that were wonderfully silhouetted against a setting sun…

But hey, I’ll let the photographs tell the story of this Island Jewel, they do it far more justice than words…

Photos: Baz – The Landy, Moreton Island, Australia

7 thoughts on “Making Tracks – On an Island Hideaway

  1. The Guat June 7, 2017 / 4:46 am

    Duuuuuuude Island Jewel looks amazing!!! Thanks for sharing. Reminds me to keep looking for little treasures in my neck of the woods 🙂

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    • Baz - The Landy June 7, 2017 / 9:12 pm

      Sometimes the gems are in our backyard, cheers Baz


  2. Gwyn D Morgan June 4, 2017 / 6:18 pm

    Baz ­ Simply Stunning.

    I¹m laid up at present with a bad back ­ have had to put Cape York off until next year.

    LetÂąs catch-up when you are back.


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  3. Miriam June 4, 2017 / 12:20 am

    Looks like a beautiful place.


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