Near the bridge there was a lot of bird life and it was interesting going under the bridge.
The entrance of Stoney Creek was a series of small islands that were interesting to paddle around.
The highlight of the paddle were a number of birds taking off and in flight.
The creek was urbanised in parts with traffic noise present in the background. Once under the three bridges the natural scenery began to dominate.
The end of the creek was blocked by a huge tree that was walkable to pass over. It was fun, especially, as I didn't fall off it.
On the final leg of the return, the rain started lightly but turned into a downpour just as I landed. Lucky hey!!!
There are two other creeks to follow in this bay.
distance - 8.27 km
time - 1h 5m
av speed - 4.4 km/h
max speed - 6.5 km/h