|Heaps of $1 books up for grabs|
|Brooklyn Public Wharf|
We spotted an immature male king parrot. I was lucky enough to get closer without scaring him away.
I wonder what type of bird would lay an egg this big.
Rural Fire Service
Native to Australia and New Guinea-the Kookaburra.
The unconventional way of gardening-well I guess if you live in an Island like Dangar everything has it's uses.
I don't mind getting on one of these tinnies for a nice trip around the Island.
A boat made of sticks? This will take me up creek without a paddle
I've noticed that there were few ornamental gingers growing around the Island
One way of getting around the Island
Brugmansia or commonly called as Angel's trumpets
As per 2011 survey the Island has 267 population
|The gateway to the Dangar's residence|
So serene and tranquil
Another day in paradise
Is this suppose to scare the bad spirits away??
This couple are inspiring-maybe next time I visit the Island I will take my kayak with me(if I get to have one).
The view from the summit...
After a long walk around the Island we sat down for some warm drinks and light meal
Wheelbarrows are not only used for gardening but in Dangar Island they are also useful in pushing your groceries (who needs a trolley?).
This hot chocolate was divine-perfect for restoring energy.
There goes our ferry
I almost forgot to share this little fellow, trapped inside the fence. He would have loved to go for a walk with us.
They close early for Easter
Our plan B.
I hope the photos will give you a clear idea of how Dangar Island looks. I took so many photos which I wanted to share but I don't really want to overwhelm you.
I would like to wish everyone a happy and relaxing Easter. Bearing in mind the reason for the season!