Low Tide Discoveries by Andrea Lago.
FROM REDLANDS CAMERA CLUB
Photography, play and recreation are popular activities at Redlands’ Wellington Point Reserve. The area is a stunning natural park and an attraction that draws visitors from near and far.
The reserve is a haven for photographers, nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. It is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including mangroves, seagrass beds and a variety of bird species that can make captivating subjects.
One of the highlights of the reserve is the opportunity to walk across to King Island at low tide. This unique experience allows visitors to explore the island’s sandy shores, rock pools and spot marine life such as crabs and starfish.
Wellington Point Reserve is also a great place for landscape photography; the panoramic views of Moreton Bay provide ample opportunities to capture the beauty of the natural environment.