|Manly Boat Harbour, Moreton Bay, Queensland|
When we lived close to the Harbour in Sydney I was able to walk a short distance to the wharf each morning for a spectacular ferry ride to Circular Quay and my work in the city. What a great way to start the day! I knew well how very lucky I was living in such a beautiful location.
For three years Manly, Brisbane has been home for Bristol Rose where she is tied to the slip at the RQYS. Manly Boat Harbour on Moreton Bay in Queensland is another great place to spend some time. It's said to be the largest man-made marina on Australia's east coast with 1,800 water craft of various shapes, sizes and type. Waking up on the water, what a great way to start the day!
Manly, a bayside suburb on the southeast side of Brisbane, has a village atmosphere, train station to take you to the city, markets on the weekends, restaurants, supermarket, pub, a boardwalk around the water's edge that goes for miles, and so much more. I love that saying, "you make your own luck". It's mostly about choices because that's all we really have any control over.
Cruisers thinking of stopping in at Manly Boat Harbour in Queensland should check Noonsite.com for all the info and links you'll need.
|RQYS hosts WAGS (Wednesday Afternoons Go Sailing) from the clubhouse, Manly, Moreton Bay, Queensland|