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A nice easy stroll amongst the mangroves, just make sure to protect yourself against mosquitoes if you are the type that they like to annoy!
I walked from the city centre and that was a nice walk. At blue hour the chance to grab a...More
We enjoyed the Mangrove Boardwalk as a little escape. Very peaceful and quiet and not overly busy. It's worth mentioning that the car park near the Boardwalk is currently being upgraded and is closed off.
If you are going to the Dolphin Discovery Centre, take a small detour to visit the Mangrove Boardwalk. These are the southernmost white mangroves in the world. The boardwalk is only 200 metres long, but worth seeing.
There was some difficulty in finding the start of this walk as the usual start off Koombana Drive was disguised as a construction site. The Information Centre gave me an alternative route from near the Motor Boat Club which involved a 400 metres walk of...More
I needed to draw some New Zealand mangroves for some artwork - and was finding that getting good reference pictures from books and the internet unsatisfactory. After scouring the various State and local library system imagine my satisfaction at finding that the same species grows...More
I walk a lot so always try to mix up places where I walk so that I have a change in scenery.
The mangroves give you a place to view birds in their sanctuary. The Board Walk is nice but if you want to walk...More