Our beach is about 20 meters away - in the late afternoon sun.
Next door, the council is reclaiming the beach.
The pipes from the sand dredge.
Our section of the Caravan Park is quite empty.
Seaworld across the Broadwater in the late arvo sun.
Who are you looking at, kid.
George and his mates were in a frenzy.
I was up close and personal.
The morning was just so beautiful.
Keeping up with the beautiful views.
I finally captured a GC tram.
This morning I rode to Burleigh Surf Life Saving Club.
There was some spray at the end of The Spit.
Today's weather photo of Surfers.
It was windy and rough.
The clouds came over while I was having my coffee.
My 'little boy' arriving at The Spit.
Marg and I were on The Southport Pier, looking towards Southport YC.
On the Southport Pier looking towards Labrador.
The Broadwater Parklands plan.
One of the GC jet boats.
Looking at Marina Mirage.
It was a tad windy. Look at Marg's hair.
Looking towards Australia Fair in the background.
The Kids' rockpool.
My new Best Friend Robbie. Ok, I am 24cm taller and 45kgs heavier, but we are mates.
The CH7 Sunrise crew - Nat, Sam and Kochie.
Some of the crowd.
The Gold Coast hwy at Currumbin.
The mouth of the Currumbin Ck taken from Palm Beach.
Palm Beach looking North.
At Palm Beach SLSC.
The mouth of the Tallebudgera Creek.
At Tallebudgera Creek.
Burleigh Heads beach.
At Burleigh Heads - Looking North.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 10:10am.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 8:26am.
No swimmers due to the waves.
There was spray everywhere.
With the odd wave breaking over the seawall.
I had to battle that to get to the end.
The Jetman is back.
Lukey and Jay - definitely mummy's boys.
Jay, Bec and Lukey.
Mont feeding the goat.
Sophie feeding the goat.
Feeding other animals.
Dennis the dingo.
Look, I got a diamond. I don't think so.
Some of the High rises in Surfers.
This is the Airwheel.
They appear difficult to ride.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 11:18am.
Only 2 swimmers between the flags.
Pirate ship of the Port bow, Captain.
Near Burleigh Heads.
From the Burleigh Head.
A near perfect scene.
Robbie McEwen's cafe.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 10:05am.
Looking south. Just beautiful.
Chaz, you can't hide.
Chaz's promo car.
I found you. Nice guy.
The Pirates of Caribbean 5 movie set.
Jay and Bec's house has started. Yippee.
Cruising on a majestic sea. Just magic.
Son, Mum and Dad. Obviously they have their 'sea legs'.
Being caught and passed by the Whale Watching boat.
Passing the Pirates 5 movie set.
Already to dock.
Just to top off a great day. Georges were there.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 7:55am.
Smooth seas with an offshore breeze.
I was thinking that this could be animal cruelty.
'My' rock is right at the end. Can you see it?
Phil's 'Monster Off roader' slide on.
Our 20 foot Off Road 5th Wheeler.
My lunchtime view from the Pavillon.
The Broadwater was calm today.
First time I saw a rowing eight on The Broadwater.
Point Break at Burleigh Heads.
Surfers from The Spit.
The Fishos were in the seaway.
The surfers coming and going to their Taxi.
The Surfers' taxi.
Our camp across the Broadwater.
Looks better at low tide.
Free camping in a boat.
The locals calls theis bay "Bums Bay".
More free camping boats.
These dudes were near the Spitthey were on exercise due to the rough weather.
These whale watchers were very tough.I wonder how many were seasick?
The view from 'My Rock" was a tad 2nd rate. Note the rain on my lense.
RIP - My trusted treadley.
Riding a tube of Burleigh Heads.
At Burleigh Heads.
Better weather today than yesterday.
My NEW treadley.
Today's weather photo at Burleigh Heads.
A beautiful morning at Burleigh Heads.
Burleigh Heads - Surf's up.
A rainbow on the Gold Coast - taken from the Spit.
A quiet day for Surfers' Lifesavers.
George flew in to say "Hi".
I scared George off.
This whale watcher's boat had a smooth ride.
Pirates 5 set is nearly ready.
My coffee and blueberry muffin. It is yumma.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 10:11am.
Some lifesavers doing some practice.
I saw the whale.
just missed him.
Got him, just.....
He was about 750 meters offshore.
At Burleigh Heads - Nice waves.
Magic waves at Surfers this morning.
Today's weather photo from Surfers at 8:58am.
Lifesavers at Surfers.
At Pirate 5's set - this semi was bogged.
In the finish straight of the Gold Coast marathon.
Broadwater Parklands setting up for the GC marathon.
I got to the Finish Line BUT a bit early.
The leaders of the Marathon.
Out the front of our Park.
The Music makers.
The kids 2kms Dash.
He did it the whole 2kms. Brilliant.
Bec and Jay's house - coming along well.
The action behind the fence.
Here they come.
Only 3 minutes from the finish.
Second and Third.
Fifth and Last of the Half Marathon.
The first Female.
Today's weather photo from the Lighthouse at 12:47pm.
Today whale watcher boat returning to Mooloolaba.
At the mouth of the Mooloolaba river.
The dredge at the mouth.
Looking back from the Beacon at the mouth.
That's Caloundra on the left and Dicky on the right.
This is why we stay at Dicky - check the weather.
George was on the Currimundi Lake to welcome me.
I wont ride off the path. It's dangerous.
Today's weather photo at the Lighthouse at 12:47pm. Yacht on the left.
Midweek yacht racing off Mooloolaba.
Another rain squall approaching us.
A 'Beached Whale'. Maybe not.
A closer look. It is a large net full of mullet.
There were 3 large nets of mullet.
Emptying the net and filling the boxes.
A section of their net.
The bow of the SS Dicky.
Out the front of our Caravan Park. Caloundra on the far RHS. Red and Yellow flags on the LHS.
George has a new friend.
George on the Currimundi Lake.
A very optimistic surfer. He didn't catch a wave.
George is always near bye.
A very smooth ocean caused by the offshore breeze.
The dredge at the mouth of the Mooloolaba river.
My turnaround point at the end of the Beacon.
It's a nice view from the Lighthouse.
I also ride up this hill.
Today's weather photo at the Lighthouse at 9:00am.
Pacific Pearl anchored off Mooloolaba.
There were paddlers of all shapes and sizes.
Some of the visitors checking out the boat.
It was into the wind coming back from the boat.
The Tender is coming through the paddlers.
The Cop boat going for a 'stickybeak'.
Marg has the beach to herself and me.
Marg and the SS Dicky remains.
The Surfers were out in force.
The waves were whipped up by the Easterlies.
Downtown Dicky Beach Shopping World.
The surfers off the rocks at Dicky this morning.
A flat ocean with a small shore break.
Marg entering our park from the beach entry.
This bush turkey walked across in front of me.
A white faced heron at the Lighthouse.
My little feathered buddy - The swooper.
(L to R) - Bob, Alan looking at me, Merv and Terry.
A close up of the 'Mental Giants' without me.
A beautiful silhouetted view towards Maroochydore.
Mary Cairncross Cafe.
Mary Cairncross rainforest walk.
Our group. Marg leading.
Val, Me and Marg.
The Glasshouse Mountains taken opposite Mary Cairncross Cafe.
Nearly finished the removal.
I stopped for this Great Egret.
QuackaDuck entering the water.
Yep. It floats.
Soul building on the Esplanade.
Our camp viewed from The Spit.
Our camp with new annex walls.
The room where I keep my bike.
Inside view through the slideout.
Inside view through Marg's bedroom window.
Our camp with FULL setup - Site 88.
A magic day's riding.
Weather photo at Burleigh at 8:53am.
At Burleigh looking North.
Weather photo at Surfers at 9:58am.
At Surfers looking South.
George landing on water.
the wind was up and so were the waves.
When I rode through Broadbeach, I liked this photo.
George taken at our CP's boat ramp.
A sun beam illuminates a section of Surfers.
Police doing Quad sand training.
At The Spit - The Cats are coming.
My best shot - Fully airborne - Heading out of the seaway.
A small pod of dolphins about 100 meters off the end of the Spit.
C gull - he just stood there.
Weather photo at Burleigh at 1:28pm.
Weather photo at Surfers at 2:06pm.
This dude had a go at me when I met it crossing the Federation Walk - Between the Sheraton and The Spit.
Dad and my 'new' treadley. Surfers in the background.
Home made seaplane landed near the bike path at Labrador.
These dudes just casually wandered past our site.
Watching the workers from inside our fiver.
I stopped and waited for 'Little Monty'...
He was about 5 feet long...
I waited for 5 minutes for 'Little Monty' to cross.
The 'attack' dragon - Lizard aka Bearded dragon.
Site 4 at Gwydir CP at Moree.
Leighton's Peak Hill CP.
Site 44a at Big4 Park Lane Shepparton.