I was up very early this morning for an hour plus drive to Narrabeen Lake.
I parked in a reserve off Wimbledon Avenue and launched off a small beach.
The morning started glassy with a partially cloudy sunrise. There were a number of of people kayaking and rowing on the lake.
I paddled around circumference of the lake and took three detours into the feeding creeks - deep, middle and beside the golf course.
Deep creek was very interesting as there was a bridge , old brick work and very thick vegetation. It was very green and pretty.
The golf course creek ended in a weir with water cascading over the edge.
The lake itself was okay in parts but a lot was fairly developed with paths and roads easily seen from the water. Still it was a nice long 13. 36 km paddle with some nice birdlife.
The surf was very flat but the weather was sunny but cool. I drove to Bouddi national Park and had a ride on the old Wagstaffe and Hardys ...
I had a great wander around this morning checking the surf in a number of spots - Wamberal Beach, Blue Lagoon, Shelley Beach, pelican Beach,...
I woke early and drove with lights on so it was pretty early. I passed the beaches and there was enough light to see that it was an onshore ...