Off to the Whitsundays
The Te Moana delivery team
Hi Mum - I'm OK
Wow, look at Byron Bay
Byron Bay - the most Easterly point of the mainland
Rain Rain, go away
The new haircut
So Long to Craig - we're really on our way now
Goodbye Gold Coast
You need a street directory to sail here (it's called "Beacon to Beacon")
The channel markers have little propellor heads to keep the birds away.
Te Moana at anchor at Short Island
Jake holding on to No.1
A woman and her dog
Spot the dog
Mooloolaba, here we come
All fitted out
Nightfall at Moooloolaba
Driving itself - Te Moana at Double Island Point
Sunrise at Garry's Anchorage
Ready for breakfast
Garry's Anchorage - Fraser Island
Does this man like rope or what?
Great Sandy Strait
Tools of Trade for Great Sandy Straits
Sunrise on Burnett River at Bundaberg
I want to go ashore
Cast off that line!
Sunset at Pancake creek
Can we go back to the boat now?
Pancake Creek in a gloomy mood
Morning at MacKay
The Coal Queue
Into the Mangroves
Approaching Cattle Crossing
They call this the Narrows
Walk at Pearl Bay
Sleeping off the birthday party
Curlew Island - sunset over the mainland
Dawn at Curlew Island
Taking photos of whales is even harder than of dolphins, sigh...
Thankfully, it's at anchor!
Over 40 bulk carriers like this waiting at Hay Point
The new phone
Cool Change pulling up anchor
Airlie Beach marina
Shutting the gate
No dirty dogs allowed on board
Lining up for coal at Hay Point
Back at Middle Percy
The famous Percy Island A-frame
Looking out from the A-frame at Middle Percy.
Back to the boat
Antidote at Graham Creek after passage through Narrows
Emergency rations - The meat pie
Te Moana at 1770
Now that's a civilised Anchorage - 1770
The way to travel in shallow water
View from Bustard Head
The Bustard Head lighthouse,
And the lighthouse keeper.
The Spirit of 1770
Gulls on a mission
Playing tourist at Lady Musgrave
Gloomy days at 1770