Brunswick Heads

2 May 2018

Early morning walk on Brunswick Beach- amazing sun burning through the cloud and I capture still life silhouetted on the breakwall. I capture a father and son standing on the tip just as the full sun is burning through. I approach them, show them the images and arrange to give them the images, they are most appreciative.

Mid morning, Julie Louis and I take off for a paddle on Simpson Creek – Brunswick Heads. We find a location – launch spot within the Caravan Park where we unload and walk down the stairs to a small secluded beach amongst the Mangroves. We take off with a mission in mind to find this sandy landing that leads to the Beach. It’s 5kms each way and I end up towing Louis early as we are paddling against the tide. We explore the mangroves and have a very relaxed paddle to the sandy Landing that we were aiming. We pull up at this little landing and have a short walk through sandy tracks till we hit the beach. We have this all to ourselves and have a lovely swim at the beach for an hour here, we towel down and head back to the kayaks for the return leg on Simpson Creek. For the afternoon, we head to Byron Bay for an afternoon swim at Cape Byron and catch to sunset from the beach. Magic way to end the day. We grab pizza’s for dinner and it’s an early bedtime for all.

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