These photos cover the week we spent at the top of Australia, including a trip we did to Thursday Island.
Waiting for the Jardine Ferry.
The beach at Seisa.
Location, location, location.
Fresh crays! Are we in heaven?
Those crays didn’t last long.
Spectacular sunsets over the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Well-earnt drinks at the Corrugation Bar. Punsand Bay
Tony is getting very excited about seeing the tip of Australia.
That’s it where those people are. We’re nearly there!
An exciting moment! One less thing on the bucket list.
Yay! We made it!!
A kiss to celebrate that we made it.
Obligatory selfie at the tip of Australia
Posing at the tip of Australia.
Steve with the beach just to the west of the tip of Australia behind him.
Looking for pirates?
Follow the path and descend the cliff to the northernmost point of Australia.
He can’t see me, but I can see him! Is Tony turning evil?
The Baby Austin! Note the oil/fuel leaking underneath it. I think the journey was a bit tougher than the car was prepared for.
Painted cray – so pretty.
Cray fishermen displaying a couple of their catch. They sure look like they enjoy their job.
Cray boat. Note the holes in the sides and the floats around the top. These boats are submerged and the crays kept alive in the boat while out at sea.
Torres Strait from Green Hill Knob on TI.
Gill on guard to defend the realm. Green Hill Knoll.
Denise inspecting Australia’s northern defense.
Bit windy on Green Hill Knoll.
The township on Thursday Island.
Our tour guide for TI.
Turtle fashioned from the deadly ghost nets that kill them. Displayed in the Art Centre.
The boys had to try out the beer at the most northerly pub in Australia.
The fabric for sale seems to have a similar theme.
Seaman Dan – a delightful retired diver who was very happy to chat to us.
Painting of Seaman Dan with his diving helmet.