This marvellous elevated wooden boardwalk threads its way through a tidal mangrove ecosystem on the edge of Moreton Bay. It's only an 800m stroll with informative plaques and several viewing platforms with chairs for sitting and watching nature go by. Visiting at low or high tide presents different experiences. Low tide allows viewing of the mangrove roots and the fascinating bottom-dwelling life, while high tide is a less aromatic, more peaceful, walking-on-water vibe. (Check tidal times here.) The boardwalk eventually juts out beyond the mangroves offering views of the bay islands, watercraft and apparently even sea creatures, but we’ve never been that lucky. At the end of the boardwalk you can follow the gravel loop track back to the carpark, or better yet just return the way you came on the platform back through the mangroves.
Wynnum Mangrove Boardwalk
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