25 July 2012

Warners Bay - Part Two

Yesterday's post showed some scenery from the bay, while today's will take us just a little beyond, to a rather modernistic extension of the existing pathways. We'll get to walk over the water this time, via 380 metres of foot-way hugging the foreshore.







nice to stop a moment and admire native plantings; Banksia

and glorious wattle, with much still to open up

like this has




The little headland known locally as Redbluff.




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18 comments:

Jim said...

Terrific walkway.
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Mary said...

Oh, so pretty...that has groomed and natural, the pier as a modern super structure, too. That's a nice visit to your lovely place.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

That's an interesting walkway, looks like it's made to last. Lovely shots of the native plants along the way.

Joop Zand said...

Good impression....i like that first shot very much.

Greetings, Joop

Rosemary Aubut said...

Great photos loved the walk!

Beth said...

what a beautiful area... gorgeous views. would love to walk that path. (:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

What a wonderfully clean and tidy parkland. And there's no people there either! How much nicer could it be?

diane b said...

Wow that looks like a great walk over the water. Warners Bay, I've seen the signs, we must call in next time passing.

TexWisGirl said...

i just LOVE those trees! so dang cool, carole!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Beautiful photos. My favorites are the Banksia and the first shot of the walkway.

Matkatar said...

Huge plants! I like the bridge too.

heyBJK said...

Beautiful! Love that pier/walkway! That's awesome! Such gorgeous scenery.

Gunsside said...

Nice post, interesting way to walk.... :))

Leslie's Garden said...

I enjoyed the tour! I love the interesting plants, thanks for sharing!

Light and Voices said...

Plants in the park are so different from the ones we have here in the U.S.A. Enjoyed your cyber tour.
Joyce M

Francisca said...

How cool, that Banksia! And a neat walkway.

Jan Castle said...

What a delightful walkway!!! Lucky you!
Hugs,
Jan

Geke said...

That would be fun to walk this walkway. As always I love the banksia's.