On route from Cairns to Lizard Isl. It was a bit rolly on the way with 25 knot winds.


             Mark with a nice G.T (Giant Trevally) caught on the way up to Lizard on a secret bommie.





       Our friends from Seattle, Mark and Jennifer relaxing after arriving at Lizard Isl. from Cairns.


             We caught up with Geoff and Judy from ‘Andalea’ at Lizard for a sundowner or three.

                       An afternoon shot of Watsons Bay on Lizard Isl. from the main beach.


M.V. Liberty anchored in Watson’s Bay Lizard Isl. We could see the anchor in 30 feet of water.


                      A group shot with Mark and Jennifer at a sundowner on the beach.



              They make a handsome couple….must be the queensland sunshine.


   Oh look, another handsome couple. Lizard Isl. certainly agrees with most visitors.


Serenity and beauty, looking across the ‘Blue Lagoon’ on the east side of Lizard.




      One of the daily flights in and out of Lizard. The other alternative to getting there by boat.


 A novel way of arranging flotsam that washes up on the beach. Someone had nothing else to do.


 Checking the props and rudders  on one of the dives.


Lizard Isl. is regarded as one of the top snorkelling sites in the world.


A giant clam on the reef in Watson’s Bay Lizard Isl.


 Fish displaying every colour one can imagine.


Twinkle twinkle lovely star


A challenging walk for the fit and able to the top of the mountain.


 A shot of ‘Liberty’ from half way up the mountain.


 Taken from the same vantage point, a shot of Watsons Bay. Liberty is in the middle.


  Watson’s Bay from the top of the mountain.


Another day comes to an end as we have a ‘sundowner’ on the beach at Lizard Isl.