Thursday, October 22, 2009
CENTRAL COAST - Fagans Bay - kayak - 22 October 2009
Starting off in Narara Creek, I paddled into the bay and the incoming tide slowly pushed me towards the west end of the bay. There were plenty of bird life and jumping fish.
The paddle back east was easy despite the incoming tide. Mangroves line the shore throughout the bay.
The centre of the bay has mangrove islands. i skirted the edge of these islands towards and along the railway lines. There were interesting views from under the train bridge of Brisbane Waters and the old railway bridge piers.
I returned west along the mangrove fringe to Narara Creek.
Highlights: bird life, jumping fish, railway bridge, drifting with the tide.
Time: 2 1/2 hours
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