Sunset view of the Harwood Bridge from our mooring on the pontoon.
Murals on the side walls of the Farm Store. Depicts local scenes. Note that the fire one is from a time when the sugar cane was burnt before harvesting.
Beautiful murals on the Farm Store at Harwood
See the bit where the semitrailer is? That’s the part of the Pacific Highway that will be lifted to allow us to go under it.
There’s the Harwood Bridge – they’ll stop all the traffic on it soon for us to go underneath.
And up she goes! When the light on the control room turns green we can go under that part. Harwood Bridge
Interesting exploring around Harwood.
The slip way at Browns Rocks.
The Big River Sailing Club. No one here, but it has a lovely little sandy beach we pulled into while waiting for our turn to go under the bridge.
Stern-in to beach at Big River Sailing Club, Harwood. Waiting for bridge to be opened for us.
These birds know where there’s an easy meal. Fisherman sorting out his catch on the Clarence.
Bit hard to see, but there’s at least 7 prawn trawlers working the far side of the river in this photo.
Lunch beside the Big River Sailing Club, Harwood – while waiting for the bridge to be opened.