Friday, 14 June 2019

More sea.

A drive down the road at St. Helens where the boat ramp is, but couldn't get parked anywhere so we continued on another road to a beach where the sand dunes are, much fun on those apparently.

The first photo was taken from one of the streets with houses, the second is the sandbar which can be dangerous, few have lost their lives going in between that bar.

The day was rather cloudy back in March on our east coast.  The area looks rather rugged, and at the sand dunes the beach there one has to make their own track through to the beach.

Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Binalong Bay, Tasmania

Another trip we did whilst staying at St. Helens was to Binalong Bay a small hamlet at the southern end of the Bay of Fires.  Mostly a holiday place with a beach or two.

This Statue has always been there since I can remember.
My husband and I once pitched a hired tent just beyond the sign in the green grass on a very hot summers day.  We got sunburnt and had to pack up and go home, that was in 70's, inside the tent was too hot and no where else for shelter from the sun or heat.  We never went tenting after that :)

More orange lichens at Binalong Bay on the East Coast of Tasmania.