Board paddler taking his dog for a ride.
Dark clouds approached from the south.
Beautifully ominous clouds
Michelle and Robyn arrive for lunch.
Michelle, Robyn, Dorothy and Steve aboard ADAGIO
The Mooloolaba waterfront has been well planned and executed.
Flags indicate the beaches that are patrolled by Surf Lifesavers.
Surf Rescue life guards are equipped with Jetskis, surfboards, binoculars, radios and Dunebuggies.
Lasers were racing outside the surf while sunbathers basked in Extreme UV conditions.
Even though it's in dangerous Australia, this appears to be a safe beach for swimming.
Showers are plentiful along the beach at Mooloolaba.
Two men were playing chess.
Memorial sculpture for the late Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter, and his two children. Mooloolaba was his home.
Mother, father and chick in a tree near the beach boardwalk.
Surf's up at Mooloolaba
The bike path follows the channel into the harbour.
Beachview of Mooloolaba
The Esplanade along the waterfront
Our favorite cafe
Our bicycle and the bike path
This is the beach at Maroochydore.
Entrance to the Maroochydore River at low tide
Lifeguard lookout station at Maroochydore beach
Surfers beach at Maroochydore
Surfers, swimmers, fishermen
Early in the morning the beaches are busy and families are cooking brekkie on the BBQ.
An Eastern Water Dragon was basking in the sun along the bike trail.
The Eastern Water Dragon did not like my camera's flash.
AustraliaMooloolaba and MaroochydoreQueenslandWebYear 2010