September in Lockdown Part 1

September in Lockdown Part 1

In its great wisdom, the NSW Government decided to remove our LGA from the Greater Sydney Area for Covid related matters, however the same lockdown rules still apply to us.

In accordance with those rules I made the following images.

Tuggerah Lake – A walk along the south western side shows a very depleted lake.

This southern part of the lake is also called Chittaway Bay because Chittaway Point juts out to form a small bay.

Chittaway Point in background of above photo
I was walking with Oscar and his daddy Luke, Maggie walked with his mummy Julia

Tuggerah Lake has receded several meters in the past few months

From Home

The Entrance is where Tuggerah Lake meets the sea and is also the name of the suburb adjacent to the lake’s entrance.

The Entrance Hotel, “stranded” part way through renovations

While I am grateful we can be outside to enjoy our surrounding during this Covid Pandemic, I will be pleased to receive my second jab in two weeks (Maggie is fully “vaxed” already) and hopefully not long after have the freedom to travel further.

Maggie and I hope you are keeping safe and well. All the best.

  • Marg M
    Posted at 09:46h, 16 September Reply

    Hi Al – another heart-warming display of nature and relaxed surroundings. Can’t wait to visit and breathe the sea air! And I love the boat resting on the yellow ‘sea’, presumably a thick coating of pollen on the sand. Looks great.

    • alistairstravel
      Posted at 11:30h, 16 September Reply

      Thanks Marg for your comment on this blog. We certainly do have relaxed, “holiday like” surroundings. However the yellow ‘sea’ is tightly woven lake weed exposed by the receding water. Regardless the scene is peaceful and beautiful.

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