On the other side of this pathway there is a grass buffer and a naturally vegetated dunal system which the community conservation group works to maintain in its pristine state.
On the building side though, a well known international resort chain is happy to let "Singapore Daisy", a plant so damaging to the native environment that it is virtually banned from sale, run riot in the interests of ease of maintenance!
There's a romantic myth about boats and harbours and moorings, but the reality is that our perception ignores the reality. Really, have a look at this photograph, they are just a mess of tangled stainless steel.
Note that any similarity between the this photoblog and the regional newspaper from Queensland Australia, which is also known as the Sunshine Coast Daily, is purely coincidental. We have absolutely no relationship with that publication apart from the fact that we live in the same town. If you would like to read more of the goings on in our particular tiny corner of the world, please feel free to visit The Daily online.