28 April 2013: This morning ‘Captain Nemo’ and I cruised into the Jerrabomberra Wetlands on their open day in my double sea kayak the ‘Big Bopper’. It’s hard to imagine that our wetlands are only 5kms from our CBD and only a stone throw from Lake Burley Griffin’s foreshore. They are easily accessed and you can enjoy them by walking, bike riding or as I prefer, kayaking. Either way, what ever mode you opt for you will have an enjoyable experience. I hope that you enjoy the shots.
Going through the Wetlands Check Point.
The morning was off to a flying start.
Cruising with my main man.
The Lilly Gauntlet
There is just so much to see.
It a great experience.
Under strict guidance….nice hand signals I must say!
It all about being at one with nature.
Entering into the ‘Willow Cave’.
You can’t help but want to touch everything.
There was no need for speed at all.
The captain loved it.
The ‘Willow Curtain’
This is why I love seeing from a kayak.
Heading back has a totally different perspective.
Threading our way through
In here some things can take on a different persona.
We decided to take time out and explore.
It’s such a pretty place.
I have experience some of the most amazing sunrises up here.
We thought that we would stop and have a quick chat with the locals. Now remember this is only 5 Kms away from the CBD of the capital city of Australia.
We had a great morning exploring the Jerrabomberra Wetlands.
We were treated to a Jerrabomberra Wetland escort home.
“Happiness is part of who we are. Joy is the feeling” Tony Deliso